Float Plane Safaris

(1/2 hour) Take off from the world's largest seaplane base for a spectacular seaplane adventure! Discover the Chugach Mountain Range, its secluded valleys and the Dall sheep that live on its steep slopes. Soar over Captain James Cook's Turnagain Inlet in search of beluga whales. View the greater Anchorage area in its setting between mountains and water and listen as your experienced Alaskan bush pilot relates some interesting facts about Alaska.

Knik Glacier & Wildlife Tour

(1.5 hours, standard tour) (2.25 hours, lakeside stop)

Your flight will take you over the expansive Knik Glacier rimmed with spectacular hanging glaciers. Sense the motion of the ice and see how it has shaped the land, then fly over the Colony Glacier to Lake George where it spills into the winding Knik Glacier Gorge. Spot mountain goats and moose. Or extend your tour by 45 minutes to add a landing for refreshments at a lakeside inn.



Prince William Sound Glacier Tour

(2.5 hours, standard tour)
(3 hours, extended tour) Prince William Sound is a magnificent region with over fifteen thousand square miles of fjords and inlets, dozens of tidewater glaciers and rugged mountain peaks. The sound's clear sea waters produce a rich marine life. Spot for Humpback or Killer whales, seals, eagles, otters and black bear. Make a photo-stop landing at a secluded cove. As an option, extend your tour by one-half hour and see Columbia Glacier, Prince William Sound's largest tidewater glacier. Then fly to Glacier Island to view sea lions sunning themselves on the rocky coastline.


Denali National Park Flight seeing Tour

(3 hours) Our most popular air tour. This flight takes you within six miles of McKinley's 20,320 ft. summit. Fly over the foothills of Denali to view the entire length of the Ruth Glacier, the Great Gorge (at over 9,000 feet, the world's deepest) and the massive south face of McKinley, where you may spot climbers headed to the summit. Make a photo-stop landing on a remote lake before returning to Anchorage.

Bear Viewing

(4.5 to 6 hour trip.) Silver Salmon Creek is located in the beautiful Lake Clark National Park and is an ideal bear habitat. The creek is loaded with salmon attracting bears to the area all summer long. Silver Salmon Creek is a quick 1 hour scenic flight from Anchorage along the Cook Inlet. After an exciting beach landing, a guide will meet you at the airplane to shuttle you to the lodge via four-wheeler.  After a quick and informative bear safety briefing, you will trek through a wild bear habitat with your guide, who will show you all the favorite spots.  The guide will be with you all day to answer any questions you might have and give you a fantastic tour of the area. After you tour, you will head back to the lodge for a hearty lunch. It is truly an experience of a lifetime.