$425+ $34 Tax & Fees – Per Person
Offered year round
Denali in a day. Tour North America’s tallest peak on this one-day flightseeing adventure from Anchorage. At a formidable 20,320 feet tall, Denali (formerly Mt. McKinley) is the centerpiece of Denali National Park.
You’ll get the best view on a Denali flightseeing tour on this intimate, 3-hour Discover Denali Flightseeing Tour with an experienced Alaska bush pilot who loves to share Alaska’s most inaccessible and spectacularly-wild settings.
The flight pattern of your Denali Flightseeing Tour included: Departure from Lake Hood, Anchorage’s lively seaplane airport. Traversing the flatlands across Cook Inlet (possible Beluga whales sightings), and following the ragged spine of the Alaska Range with its massive walls of rock and ice, while flying towards the crowning jewel, Denali (formerly Mt McKinley). Highlights include: Tokosha Mountains and the winding Tokositna Glacier, Ruth Glacier; a 40-mile long glacier that flow though the granite-walled Great Gorge – the world’s deepest trench. Watch for moose, bear, swans and the occasional wolf or coyote. Make a landing on a remote lake or stop in Talkeetna before returning to Anchorage. (The choice of location depends on weather conditions, pilot choice and winter/summer seasons.) Included: A window seat and 2-way headset, detailed knowledge (and personality) of an Alaska bush pilot, Summertime courtesy shuttle from the Anchorage airport and many Anchorage hotels.