I am considering a few different hunts in Alaska at the moment. I have never hunted Alaska and am looking for some feedback. I know it is a physical hunt which isn’t a concern. The concern for me has to do with ability of knees to hold up. I have had 3 major knee surgeries a somewhat minor one and sublexed a knee as well. The major surgeries were due to tearing both ACLs and a broken knee cap which was screwed back together. I have hunted and am active outdoors but would think Alaska would be taking it to another level. I have hunted with an individual who was a guide in Alaska and he said the knee issues could pose a problem but also read of people 20 years older than me that make the hunt work. For those that have hunted there, how big of a concern should I have with regards to knees holding up for a backpack hunt there?