Amazing 30-Minute Scenic Helicopter Flight to Bear Glacier
See Bear Glacier, The largest glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park
Fly through beautiful Icebergs
Bear Glacier boasts one of the largest in the world double medial moraines in the world
Stunning aerial views of Cathedral Falls
See Fort McGivlary an old World War II Era Installation
9:30, 10:50, 1:30, 2:50, 5:30
Custom departure times available by request
This excursion lasts approximately 30 minutes but we ask you to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled departure.
We advise blocking off approximately 1 hour for this tour with check-in and check-out.
$339 per seat. Children under 24 months are complimentary but must ride on the lap of an adult. Price excludes a 1.6% online booking fee, capped at $20 per reservation.
What to Wear
The helicopter is equipped with a heater. We can open vents for cooling. We recommend wearing whatever would be comfortable for you that day. If you have questions about what to wear that day, we can help you decide on layers during our check-in process.
We recommend booking your trip for the first day you are in Seward if you are here for multiple days. If not, make sure to book in the morning.
If we cannot fly, there is a full refund. If you have the time, we will work to reschedule your tour. This tour is not often cancelled.
We ask that all cancellations be made at least 48 hours in advance.
Depart the Seward Airport and fly out of Resurrection Bay towards Tonsina Beach. From there, follow the beautiful Spruce creek back into a mountainous valley. Keep a sharp eye out for an old mining camp as well as mountain goats. You’ll be impressed as your fly over Cathedral Falls, a multi-tiered waterfall.
Then ascend through an alpine meadow and over magnificent snow-capped mountain peaks as Bear Glacier comes into view. Bear Glacier is over 7 miles long and 2 miles wide. Fly low and slow up the face of the glacier and zoom through icebergs for incredible photo opportunities.
On the flight back, fly over Fort McGilvray, an old World War II installation or through Paradise valley if the weather allows.