Toll Free Number 1-866-541-5739
Captains Sherrie, Mike, Chance, & Tom Miller
Tel: 907-331-3113 or 907-331-4040
Take off in a helicopter and find yourself landing at Dog Camp atop an ancient glacier. A team of sled dogs anxiously awaits gliding you across perfect white snow. Dog sled tours on Godwin Glacier are some of the most fun you can have! After your sled ride, take a look at puppies, take pictures in a place where everyone is a great photographer, and talk with your musher about his best trail stories. All the gear and equipment you'll need for your experience is provided. You just need to bring your camera. This is a 1.5 hour experience that includes 15 minutes of flightseeing. It has a low activity level, making it ideal for all ages. $519 per person (includes tax).More Information > Book Online Now
Fly above the rugged coast of Resurrection Bay on the way to the largest glacier developed from the Harding Icefield. Bear Glacier rests above a secluded lagoon holding hundreds of amazing icebergs! Land at the lagoon and experience the immense size of the area as you stand among the icebergs. This is a 45 minute experience that includes 30 minutes of flightseeing. It has a low activity level, making it ideal for all ages.
$289 per person + 3% fuel surcharge, minimum of 2 guests.
Have a snowball fight. Make a snowman. Take a picture. You'll remember your glacier adventure forever, so don't forget to make it unforgettable. All the gear and equipment you'll need for your experience is provided. You just need to bring your camera. This is a 30 minute experience that includes 15 minutes of flightseeing. It has a low activity level, making it ideal for all ages.
$199 per person + 3% fuel surcharge, minimum of 2 guests.
Want to see the mighty Kenai Lake from the air? Want to fly over Cooper Landing to scout out a great fishing spot? Care to experience the vastness of the Harding Icefield or the Pederson Glacier? We can do all that and much more. Call and tell us what you'd like to see and we can make it happen.
15 Minute Discovery Flight - Your flightseeing tour takes off east from Seward Alaska Airport and heads across Resurrection Bay over the ridge of Mt. Alice and into Unlikely Valley. Soar above 4 Hanging Glaciers that continue to carve the area below. After exploring the glaciers you'll pop over to Godwin Glacier and search for bears and goats along the way. The hills here are also well known for moose so keep an eagle eye out for one! $210 / person minimum of 2 guests - Solo Travelers may be added to existing flights.
30 Minute Glacier Tour - This flightseeing tour features land and sea on your way to Bear Glacier . You will fly south over Resurrection Bay along the coast where you may see whales, otters, seals, and a variety of Alaskan Sea Life. Your pilot will make a turn into Bear Glacier Lagoon which is filled with hundreds of icebergs, some the size of a grocery store! After exploring the lagoon it's time to fly up Bear Glacier, the longest glacier off the Harding Icefield at over 10 miles long! After seeing crevasses and flying over a 2,000 foot thick glacier you will now be traveling through the Kenai Mountain Range. Here you'll look for goats and bears! You will notice many additional Hanging Glaciers in this valley that are all part of the largest icefield in the US. After a birds eye view of Exit Glacier you'll head back towards Seward flying down Resurrection River which feeds right into the Pacific Ocean. $315 / person minimum of 2 guests - Solo Travelers may be added to existing flights.
35 Minute Eastbound Tour - Look for bears, moose, goats, and eagles! This eastbound helicopter flightseeing tour takes you towards the 2nd largest icefield in the United States, the Sargent Icefield. Fly close to at least 3 spectacular glaciers that are all part of this icefield. Explore remote Nellie Juan Lake where sometimes you'll see large brown bears and herds of moose. Waterfalls and rolling meadows stretch far on this flight so have your camera ready. After a trip around the lake and meadows you'll head towards Day Harbor passing over Elsworth Glacier where you'll hover close to icebergs that are hundreds of feet across! You'll then cruise into Day Harbor where you may get lucky and see a pod of Orca Whales feeding before flying up, over, and down Godwin Glacier on the way back to Seward. $355 / person minimum of 2 guests - Solo Travelers may be added to existing flights.
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The Bear Glacier Tour - Bear Glacier is one of the longest glaciers in the Kenai Fjords National Park. Just minutes from the Seward airport, the Bear Glacier Tour is a 30 minute flight. The glacial ice descends in a long sweeping highway of ice to the sea, then ends at a large glacial vivid blue lake filled with icebergs up to 100 feet high. The lake is separated from the Gulf of Alaska by a long beach where local surfers frolic, as much as frolicking is possible in heavy wetsuits and 50 degree water! The flight tour takes in the landscape all around Bear Glacier then works its way over the edge of the Harding Icefield on its way back to the Seward airport.
$119 per person 2 person minimum ~ Add a glacier landing for an extra $59 per person.
The Aialik Bay Tour - This tour lasts for 45 minutes and takes you over Bear Glacier to the face of Aialik Glacier, a 600 foot dramatic wall of blue ice that frequently calves and splashes down into the ocean bay. Harbor seals lounge on chunks of ice below us. From there you'll climb up over four thousand feet to the top of the Harding Icefield, a 40 mile expanse of age old ice and snow that fills the high country like a dammed up reservoir of frigid wilderness solitude. Along the way you'll see Pederson Glacier and Exit Glacier and jagged ridgelines of the Kenai Mountains on our way back to the Seward airport.
$179 per person 2 person minimum ~ Add a glacier landing for an extra $59 per person.
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We'll fly you out to Bear Glacier and drop you off with a kayaking guide for half the day, full day, or multi-day trips. Kayak up to icebergs, take pictures and see things the way you want to see them. Call us for details.More Information >
Please note: Miller's Landing encourages only guaranteed prepaid reservations. Unlike many other states, Alaska has a very short tourist season which can make it difficult for us to rebook when we have cancellations without ample notice.
If you are booking a charter and lodging and your charter , water taxi or kayaking is cancelled due to weather you are still responsible for the lodging or camping reservations and the normal cancellation policy applies. All of our activities are possible during rain, so rain does not constitute a cancellation. Miller's Landing is not responsible for vehicle break downs, personal emergencies, flight delays, health issues or other unforeseen hardships. We will try very hard to work with you but the cancellation policy will need to be applied if we cannot issue a raincheck or find an alternative solution that appeals to both parties.
Please understand that Miller's Landing also incurs a hefty financial merchant fee from our bank for the cost of charging your credit card and again for the cost of refunding it, and there is also a cost involved for the time involved in processing and refunding your reservation in employee costs. Our goal when taking your reservation is to have a solid, guaranteed prepaid reservation. We strongly discourage the practice of making reservations without having an airline ticket or making tentative reservations. Thank you for your understanding.