Anchorage, Alaska, US
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Approximately 4½ Hours
Meals not included
Soar to new heights on this intimate three-hour flightseeing adventure. An experienced Alaska bush pilot will share with you some of Alaska's most inaccessible and spectacularly wild settings.
Depart from Lake Hood, Anchorage's lively floatplane base, and traverse the flatlands across Cook Inlet, watching for moose and beluga whales en route.
You'll follow the ragged spine of the Alaska Range, with its massive walls of rock and ice, to its crown jewel -- Denali. At a formidable 20,320 feet tall, Denali is the centerpiece of Denali National Park. See where climbers summit on its massive south face. Marvel at the Ruth Glacier -- a 40-mile-long river of ice that flows through the Great Gorge. This granite-walled chasm is the world's deepest trench.
This tour can be cancelled without penalty either on the day your voyage commences or up until 12 noon on Day 2 of your voyage. Cancellations thereafter are non-refundable. Guests with mobility limitations may possibly be accommodated on a case-by-case basis; please advise your specific needs at the time of booking. Flight generally includes a landing, at the pilot's discretion, allowing passengers to stretch their legs. This tour is available only to guests whose cruise does not begin or end in Anchorage/Seward. Tour does not operate on Sundays.