This flight is designed to give you a bird's eye view of Anchorage and offers a glimpse of the surrounding wilderness that lies just beyond. Soar along the Cook Inet or follow the Chugach Mountain Range that frames the city. Enjoy the grand views of Mt. Susitna and the towering peaks of the Alaska Range. Perfect for that first-time Alaskan visitor.
60 minutes / $150 person
Mt. McKinley / Denali National Park
Experience Denali’s 20,320 feet of breathtaking beauty. Tour north along the Susitna Valley looking for wildlife. Once there, your pilot will take you exploring around the south face of Mt. McKinley where you will view the Ruth & Kahiltna Glaciers. This is the base camp area for many climbers who attempt to summit the mountain during the spring months. On the way back to Anchorage a mid trip landing will be made.
$425 each - 3 person minimum
Prince William Sound
Prince William Sound is located on the east side of the Kenai Peninsula and surrounded by the Chugach National Forest. Soar along the steep & glaciated Chugach Mountains where they meet a complex coastline with many islands, fjords & tidewater glaciers. This sensational landscape offers spectacular opportunities for marine & wildlife viewing.
2 hours / $290 person
One Man's Wilderness
Venture into the pristine mountains of Lake Clark National Park to visit the cabin built by Dick Proenneke at Twin Lakes. Dick Proenneke was an amateur naturalist who lived alone at the cabin for nearly thirty years. He documented his activities in his
journals and on film; later used for the PBS television special and book titled “One Man’s Wilderness”. This trip will truly leave a lasting impact of the simplicity of living
in such a magnificent place.
4-5 hours / $725 person