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Mountain Voyager Flightseeing tour from Talkeetna

  • Look down on Denali and surrounding mountains on a sightseeing flight from Talkeetna
  • Listen to commentary from the pilot
  • Upgrade to include a glacier landing to enhance your Alaskan experience
Mountain Voyager Flightseeing tour from Talkeetna
From $307.80
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Get the best views of Denali on an air tour from Talkeetna. This flightseeing adventure takes you over rivers, valleys, glaciers, and snowcapped mountains, providing an unparalleled look at the highest peak in North America. Plus, fly deep into the Alaska Range to see the Kahiltna Glacier, the longest in Denali National Park. You have the option to upgrade to include a glacier landing, if you wish.
What to Expect
You will start your excursion by checking into our log cabin office at the Talkeetna State Airport 45 minutes prior to your flight departure.  Be sure to bring your sunglasses, light jacket (in the summer) and plenty of memory on your camera.
Board our ski-equipped aircraft and enjoy your pilots' commentary about the geological history and local wildlife on your individual headset.  
Continue your flight above Talkeetna and over the river systems of the Susitna valley as you enter into an incredible landscape of icefalls, glaciers and snow peaks.  You'll be awed by the Great Gorge of the Ruth Glacier, filled with a 4,000 foot thick river of ice, making this one of the deepest gorges in the world. Travel further into the range to explore the seven major glaciers that blanket the southside of the Alaska Range.
Add a glacier landing onto your trip for a highlight of your Alaska vacation.  This will add 30 minutes onto your trip time for this chance to bask in awe inspiring scenery.
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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Its all about pleasing the customer!

I'm so impressed with their service and willingness to accommodate the needs of their clients. This is so rare and a great value. Read on! This company was recommended by the pilot with Stellar Aviation in Homer. He said a lot of excellent Pilots have...More

Thank imabug2
Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing Flight

My friends (4 total) and I took the flight because I wanted to see Denali from above. The staff was so friendly and accommodating. We postponed our flight one day due to weather and it was no problem. The day we got to Talkeetna Air...More

Thank patwhite99
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fantastic views and glacier landing

We had an amazing flight with Andy. Lucky to have completely clear view of Denali, beautiful vision all the way around the mountain, and an amazing walk in the snow once we had landed. Once in a lifetime trip, highly recommended

Thank orinoco72
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Most amazing service and flight!

Our experience started with the super cool sales guy in their Talkeetna Main Street office who gave us a very accurate non-pushy picture of what we would be getting during our flight. He was knowledgeable about the routes and conditions. Super friendly. Gave us a...More

Thank 849nadinen
Reviewed July 11, 2018
Experience of a lifetime!

Talkeetna Air Taxi came highly recommended by our Knik Glacier Tour guide Randy. I am glad we listened and added this to our itinerary. Yes, it is expensive, but the stunning views are worth every dollar. JUST DO IT!

Thank Akanksha G
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