Discover Alaska’s stunning landscapes by air and land on this 2.5-hour helicopter flight and guided glacier walk tour. Take to the skies and enjoy aerial views of Juneau Icefield’s unruly rock formations and icefalls, with a knowledgeable pilot explaining what you see along the way. Then, land on a glacier for a unique walkabout experience in one of more remote spots in the world. Hotel transport from Juneau available.
While visiting Alaska’s capital city, Juneau, it can be difficult to decide what activities to fit into your busy sightseeing schedule. Take the stress away from your planning with this Juneau shore excursion that combines a helicopter flight, dog sledding, and a glacier walk into one day, so you can get more from your time in the Last Frontier.
The 60 minute Tour departs from our Chugach Adventure Base and takes you over the Knik River & Glacier through the Great Gorge towards Whiteout Glacier, Colony Glacier and Lake George. We almost always see moose, mountain goats, bands of Dall sheep and often times bears.
Pair a helicopter flight over the glaciers of Juneau Icefield with a dogsled ride, and you have the perfect Alaska experience. After flying over breathtaking scenery, land at a remote glacier camp for a ride of a lifetime: you’re pulled by Alaskan huskies across fields blanketed with snow, surrounded by towering mountains. Listen to the race stories of struggle and victory from Iditarod mushers, and get in the spirit by dressing up in original Iditarod dogsled gear for memorable photos. Round-trip transport from Juneau included.
Join us on a most memorable Heli Hiking Alaska Chugach Adventure – this is a true Alaskan full day adventure. Get lifted up into the beautiful Alpine of the Chugach National Forest in an Alpine Air R44 Helicopter. View Cirque Glaciers, Hanging Glaciers, Rock Glaciers, Retreating Mountain Glaciers & more. Land 2,000 feet high next to Comet Glacier & work your way downhill to Spencer Glacier Lake for a Rafting or Kayaking Iceberg Tour. Jump on the AK Railroad – Glacier Discovery Train – at the end of the day for a return to Girdwood at 5:45 PM. This is the best and most full day Helicopter Assisted Adventure Tour in Alaska.*For solo travelers, there is an additional $250 to cover shared cost of helicopter charter.
When your ship anchors in Juneau port, get ready for a shore excursion pumped with adventure and incredible views. First, soar by helicopter over Juneau Icefield, and then land on Herbert Glacier to explore the remote landscape by foot. Learn about the surrounding Alaskan wilderness and capture memorable shots during your icefield walk. Round-trip port transport included.
This is the Alaska adventure of a lifetime! Enjoy a helicopter flight over snow-capped peaks for a dog sled ride! Feel the excitement as you fly to Fourth of July Glacier to meet the dogs and mushers, play with puppies, then zip around the snowfield on a sled.At our hangar, you'll board a comfortable Robinson helicopter and enjoy incredible views as you lift off above Seward. Snap photos of Resurrection Bay, blue glaciers, and the Kenai Mountains before landing on 4th of July Glacier.Most of your 90 minute tour will be spent on the glacier. You'll meet the team of Alaskan Huskies and talk with mushers about racing and training the dogs. Then it's time for an exhilarating ride on the sled! The dog team belongs to none other than Mitch Seavey's 'Ididaride' Sled Dog Tours! Mitch Seavey is a legendary Alaskan musher- one of the best in Iditarod history. His team of mushers will be your guides.After your dog sled tour, your pilot will take you on a beautiful return flight to Seward.
Bring home amazing photos of you standing on a Glacier and exploring an ice cave in Alaska. This helicopter flight tour from Seward includes a 15-minute flight to the glacier and a 15-minute walkabout on the ice before you’re returned to Seward airport. As an added convenience, enjoy round-trip hotel transportation.
Discover the beautiful scenery of North Anchorage during this 90-minute helicopter and dogsled tour. Soar over the Church Range and Knik Glacier in a helicopter as you make your way to the Troublesome Glacier. Here, a team of 40 sled dogs is waiting to transport you across the glacier for a true Alaskan experience. Keep an eye out for native animals such as moose and mountain goats throughout your tour.
Experience a dog sled ride pulled by a team of huskies and mushers along the Godwin Glacier, offering sweeping views of Alaska's snowy landscape. Your 90-minute tour includes travel to the glacier from Seward round-trip by helicopter for a bird's-eye view of this majestic state.
Pair a helicopter flight over the glaciers of Juneau Icefield with a dogsled ride, and you have the perfect Alaska experience. After flying over breathtaking scenery, land at a remote glacier camp for a ride of a lifetime: you’re pulled by Alaskan huskies across fields blanketed with snow, surrounded by towering mountains. Round-trip transport from Juneau included.
If you don't have the time, or the expertise required, to go on a glacier expedition on foot, a helicopter tour is a great way to see the glaciers surrounding Denali. This tour from Anchorage takes you over spectacular scenery and touches down on Knik Glacier, where you can get out and explore the ice with your guide.
Touch down on the Godwin Glacier as part of a scenic 45-minute helicopter tour from Seward. You'll have 15 minutes to admire the glacier, take some photos and enjoy sweeping aerial views of Kenai Fjords National Park, Resurrection Bay, the Godwin Glacier, and more.
Fly from Seward to Bear Glacier, soaring over Resurrection Bay with spectacular views of snow-capped mountains and massive icebergs. From waterfalls to old-growth forest, the scale of the Alaskan landscape is best seen from the air, and traveling by helicopter means you'll get an eagle's-eye perspective on the coast. When you reach Bear Glacier, you'll be looking straight down at Kenai Fjords National Park's largest glacier, and one of the world's biggest glacial moraines.
Experience picturesque Kenai Fjords National Park. See icefields and massive tidewater glaciers. Spot marine wildlife as you tour the dramatic coastline.The highlight of this tour is a glacier landing. You'll enjoy 15 minutes on the glacier to explore. See crystal-blue glacial pools and unbelievable views – bring your camera and sunglasses!View breathtaking alpine glaciers, mountains, and even look for wildlife from the helicopter.
A one-of-a-kind Alaskan experience that should not be missed, this 35-minute helicopter flight from Seward takes you to Bear and Aialik glaciers. Nestled among snow-covered peaks, Bear Glacier rests above a remote lagoon studded with massive icebergs the size of houses. See the walls of Aialik Glacier dropping into the ocean. Take photos of cascading waterfalls, old-growth forests and turquoise-blue water that surround a frozen landscape carved by millennia of advancing and retreating ice. Enjoy aerial views of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Fly over Alaska's ice fields in just 15 minutes during this helicopter tour of the different glaciers that surround Seward. Settle into your comfortable window seat and slip on your provided headset to hear commentary from your guide as you soar across the bay, over a mountain ridge, and into the glacier carved valley. During your tour, you might also catch a glimpse of wildlife such as mountain goats, moose, and bears.
Few things are more exhilarating than a hike through the incredible Denali National Park, unless of course that hike also includes a round-trip helicopter flight over some of the most rugged and remote terrain on earth. An experienced naturalist guide helps you get the most out of the experience: stunning and remote locations come alive as you see Dall sheep, caribou and grizzly bears during this 5-hour excursion. Come prepared with outdoor gear and leave with special memories.
Experience rare birds–eye views of Alaska on a helicopter tour over Seward, with guaranteed window seats and personal headsets included. Your pilot, who provides on–board commentary, points out landmarks that include Bear Lake, the country’s second–largest ice field, and Ellsworth Glacier. With a range of departure times offered and complimentary shuttle service in the Seward area, this tour is a popular choice for visitors and locals.
This is an exclusive 40-minute helicopter tour of Alaska which lands you on a 1,800-ft. mountain top. This 20-minute roundtrip flight includes 10 - 20 minutes on the mountain top for photos and tranquility that cannot be duplicated any other way in Ketchikan! Take in the 360⁰ views of the Canadian Rockies, Pacific Ocean, all of Ketchikan, and the Tongass Narrows on this incredible helicopter tour from Ketchikan.
Soar over Alaska’s rugged peaks and pristine glaciers on a sightseeing flight that departs Girdwood to explore one of the most glaciated regions in North America. Ideal for photographers and nature enthusiasts, the aerial view displays Alaska’s vast landscapes in a way you can’t see on any other tour. Plus, the expansive views increase the chances of spotting wildlife in its natural habitat—from a safe distance.
This 30-minute flight is a combination of our two best tours, Mahoney Falls and Top of the World. You will fly out to a 1500 foot waterfall, with the possibility of seeing mountain goats. Then fly along the George Inlet and up to our exclusive helipad on an 1800 foot mountain with views of the Canadian Rockies and Prince of Wales Island. You will stay on the helipad for 10 - 20 minutes to take pictures and enjoy your surroundings. The remainder of the 30-minute flight flies over the Tongass Narrows, Ketchikan, and the cruise ships.
The ultimate multi activity package: a helicopter tour, a dogsled tour and a landing on the lower glacier to explore the melt pools and crevasses.Start this adventure with a spectacular helicopter ride over glaciers and icebergs. We often see moose, black bears, Dall sheep and mountain goats. Land on a huge snow field high on a glacier and enjoy a whole hour with Alaskan sled dogs and their mushers that live here all summer long. Take the dog team for an exhilarating dogsled ride through real snow. You can stand on the runners and mush your own dog team if you want, or just sit on the sled and let the mushers run the team.After the tour the helicopter takes you to the lower glaciers where you will land on the hard ice between the crevasses to see the majestic blue melt pools.
The area near Resurrection Coast and Bear Glacier Lagoon is home to impressive natural features—icebergs, ice fields, and tidewater glaciers. On this tour, see it from above while flying on a helicopter where everyone gets a window seat. Get a chance to see natural landmarks and wildlife including seals, orcas, bears, and moose.