Glacier landing allows for beautiful photo memories.

Alaska Flightseeing Tours

Soar above Alaska’s stunning landscape in a fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter.

K2 Denali Experience Flight in front of Denali.

Alaska Flightseeing Tours

Soar above Alaska’s stunning landscape in a fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter.

Amazing views on the way to Punch Bowl Glacier.

Alaska Flightseeing Tours

Soar above Alaska’s stunning landscape in a fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter.

Alaska Flightseeing

Flying is a way of life in Alaska. One percent of the state's population holds some form of pilot certification, which is nearly four times the national average. Aircraft carry mail, groceries, and people around a vast landscape with less than 3,000 miles of actual road, illustrating perfectly that planes are not a luxury, but a necessity. One of the most popular activities among Alaskans and visitors is a flight across a remote, roadless stretch of the state, looking down upon soaring mountains, icy glaciers, and green tundra. You can fly to go fishing, look for bears, take a hike on a mountain ridge, or even land on a glacier. Alaska's aircraft provide access to places many visitors only dream of seeing.

Flightseeing adventures around Denali are a highlight of any Alaska visit. Take the fixed wing Denali Glacier Landing Tour from near the Denali Park entrance or from Talkeetna and not only flightsee around North America's highest peak, but actually land on a glacier near it.

For an epic experience from Talkeetna, travel deep within the Alaska Range on the Denali Park Hiking and Flightseeing trip. This is an ultimate adventure for Denali visitors, with a floatplane ride, Ruth Glacier views, and a guided backcountry hike around Moraine Lake.

Helicopters are also popular modes of transportation in Alaska, particularly for glacier landings. The Girdwood Glacier Sled Dog tour whisks eager guests to Punch Bowl Glacier for a two-hour flightseeing journey and visit to a sled dog summer training camp. In the Knik River Valley, take a Heli-Hiking Adventure that combines the thrill of a helicopter flight with an alpine hike.

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To get a true sense of the vastness of Alaska's wilderness and the remoteness of its rural communities, Arctic Circle flightseeing trips out of Fairbanks take you north across the Arctic Circle, the Yukon River, above remote rural communities, and in sight of the magnificent Brooks Range.

Interested in bear viewing tours? Small planes are used to take visitors wanting to observe coastal brown bears in their natural habitat to Lake Clark National Park, Katmai National Park, and areas around Redoubt Bay. Alaska Tour & Travel can assist you with securing the best tour for you, from a few hours to an all-day adventure among these incredible animals.

For guests staying overnight at one of Denali National Park's remote wilderness lodges, a one-way Kantishna flightseeing tour out of the backcountry is an epic top off to your Alaska adventures.

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Alaska Flightseeing Tours