This tour takes you within 6 miles of Denali's north summit (19,470 ft.) and south summit (20,320 ft.). You will enter an ancient world of rugged high mountain peaks, towering snow-capped mountains and glacier-filled valleys and explore the south and east faces of Denali ... More info ›
This tour takes you within 6 miles of Denali's north summit (19,470 ft.) and south summit (20,320 ft.). You will enter an ancient world of rugged high mountain peaks, towering snow-capped mountains and glacier-filled valleys and explore the south and east faces of Denali. The regular flightseeing tour is 1 hour, or choose the glacier landing option for a 1.5 hour tour including a landing atop a glacier. This is truly a once in a lifetime experience you will not forget.
View the vertical rise of Denali starting at its base of around 2000 fee mean sea level to over 20,320 feet. Witness an 18,320-foot mountain on this flight. Take in the flowing river of the Ruth Glacier, the renowned Sheldon Amphitheater (glacier landings often done here), the Great Gorge with its mile high granite walls - the world's deepest, and the intense blue melt water pools that dot the glaciers.
Include a Glacier Landing: Choose the 1.5 hour glacier landing option to experience landing atop a glacier. You could search the world over and not find glaciers like the ones in Denali National Park. Standing beneath the towering mountains, you realize their immense scale and get a sense of the place that draws people from all over the globe. Imagine standing in a quiet world of snow and ice, hearing an airplane approach and land on the slopes beneath. Your perspective on the size and grandeur of our planet will expand with this experience.
Denali Experience Tour Highlights: The Blue Flight Route
- Denali flightseeing tour that only takes 1 hour or 1.5 hours for the glacier landing
- Talkeetna's three rivers: the Talkeetna, Susitna and Chulitna
- Peterville's famous mining district or Cash Creek
- Tokosha Mountains
- The winding Tokositna Glacier
- Famous Don Sheldon Amphitheater
- Great Gorge - the world's deepest
- Moose's Tooth, Broken Tooth and Mt. Dickey
- Ruth Ice Fall
- Terminus of the Ruth Glacier and the bubbling spring