Helicopter Denali Glacier Landing 8:50 AM
Walk upon an ancient glacier in the world famous Denali National Park! Experience the thrill of helicopter flight seeing and see Alaska like you've never seen it before. Enjoy the ultimate glacier landing in Denali on this 70-minute tour. Lift off in your cutting-edge A-Star helicopter to a breathtaking, birds-eye view of the Alaskan wilderness. En route to the massive Yanert Glacier, your pilot will introduce you to the mountainous terrain and stunning vistas. Discover firsthand how glaciers continue to shape the Great Land. The tour is highlighted with a landing on Yanert Glacier. Step out onto the glacier with your pilot-guide and view the ice falls, moraines, ice bridges and glacier streams. Experience the otherworldly blue of glacial ice pools - up close and personal. Your flight continues on to the base of Mt. Deborah, towering at 12,339 feet, before glimpsing breathtaking views of the West Fork on the Susitna and Nenana Glaciers. Watch for wildlife such as Dall sheep, moose, and bear on your return flight.
Snow boots are provided for glacier landing.
What To Wear
Due to unpredictable Alaskan weather, we advise dressing in layers, which will allow you to stay warm and dry as the outdoor environment changes. Don't forget your camera and binoculars for the many photo opportunities along the way.
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Length: 70 Minutes
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A deposit equal to 30% of services reserved is due at the time of booking, with the balance due 45 days prior to your first day of travel. The following change and cancellation fees apply. Between 45 to 31 days prior to your first day of travel a 10% cancel/change fee will apply. Between 30 to 15 days prior to your first day of travel a 50% cancel/change fee will apply. Within 14 days of travel, your package is non-refundable and non-changeable. Because we cannot make exceptions to our cancellation or change policies for any reason, including family and medical emergencies, we STRONGLY encourage you to purchase travel insurance.
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