I tried to book this with other companies but was told they only fly in the summer. We learned about the flight from our guide on the Arctic Circle Aurora drive so we called and were fit into a group two days later.
As we left Fairbanks that Thursday morning snow was falling and the area was covered by clouds. I was not happy thinking we would see a gray silhouette outside the window and be told that was the high pike in North America. As we passed by Clear Air radar facility the air really did clear and the views were spectacular as you can see in my photos. We flew right up next to the mountain and then turned and flew back by so that each side of the plane had a first row seat. There was a fair amount of turbulence and my wife does not like heights so I was concern for her but as we traverse the mountain she turned to me with a BIG smile and said I am so glad we came. The only negative was the temperature of the floor. We would have warn our Neos if we had been warned. So wear warm shoes.
This was a great tour and I would recommend it.
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