$165 + $9 Tax & Fees – Per Person
May – October, 2017
Hotel Return: 6:00 pm
The Seward Highway is a National Scenic Highway, and for good reason! Almost immediately after your tour guide picks you up, you’ll learn why. Together he or she will drive you from your hotel, down the Turnagain Arm to the aerial tram up Mt. Alyeska. At the top you will enjoy stunning panoramas (weather permitting) in the Alaska’s stunning season of summer green. From this height on a clear day you can see glaciers and the foothills of the Chugach Mountains where they meet the sea at Cook Inlet.
The next highlight is the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. This resource center is home to bears, a musk ox herd, a wood bison herd that was one thought to be extinct, moose elk, caribou, and more! Lunch is include at a local eatery and features bottomless soup of the day, sourdough bread made daily, dessert and a beverage.