The best way to really see Glacier Bay National Park
Originally designated a national monument in 1925, and becoming a National Park and Preserve in 1980 the only thing that has really changed inside Glacier Bay National Park over the last 100 years is the disappearance of its namesake. The glaciers of Glacier Bay are retreating more every year making this year the best year you have to see them.
Glacier Bay is one of the most popular destinations for those visiting Alaska. However a vast majority of the parks visitors never see it from anything other than the bow of a ship, almost like visiting central park by driving around it in a car. Our flightseeing tours take you through the park seeing nearly everything, and offer you the opportunity to set foot on its glaciers and beaches. Look down into crevasses hundreds of feet deep. Witness the rivers of ice flowing for miles down from the top of some of North America's tallest mountains.
More people attempt Mt. Everest each year than fly into the west end of Glacier Bay National Park, it's an exclusive experience.
Flightseeing Glacier Bay National Park is a must for anyone visiting northern Southeast Alaska. We offer three lenghts of tours going further into Glacier Bay, on our flightseeing tours.
Something to consider:
With us you will be flown by the highest time local pilot, 25 plus years experience. You will be flown in the most completely rebuilt DHC-2 Beaver available in Alaska. This one aircraft gets all of our attention and investment. We have the largest windows, Bose headsets and go the extra mile to show and explain to you everything that is worth seeing that day. Our service is about you and your flight.
Clients Words: "All things being equal, we prefer single pilot operations where the owner and pilot are the same person. We like knowing the pilot personally and knowing that we are flying with the owner. It is worth spending more for an experienced pilot who you trust. The frustration and fear from dealing with a less reputable operator isn't worth it."