Taking a TEMSCO helicopter tour shows off the Gold Rush lands around Skagway in a new light, revealing gorgeous, glacier-filled valleys, tumbling waterfalls and peak after icy peak at the north end of the Juneau Icefield. Then land on a remote glacier for a exciting guided journey on ice that was formed thousands of years ago!
Ratchet up the adventure factor and try your hand at dogsledding. Alpine Air Alaska flies to a dog camp run by the oldest established dog-sled tour business in Alaska. You’ll travel by helicopter from Girdwood’s green forests up over a small saddle to land on a glacier and be introduced to the dog team. You'll get to stand on the sled runners and "drive" the dogs yourself, or sit in the sled and survey the hanging glaciers that surround you.
Hop on a TEMSCO helicopter for an Alaskan adventure combining aviation, sled dogs and massive glaciers. Get an amazing view of the gorgeous landscape surrounding Juneau, and then ride along as an energetic team of huskies tours you around the ancient, snow-packed Mendenhall glacier.
Winter Tours: November - April. Summer Tours: May - August.
Everybody loves sled dogs, and Salmon Berry Tours offers you the chance to get behind the sled year-round. In winter, you'll head to the kennel of Iditarod Champion Dallas Seavey, where you'll see a gear demonstration, meet the dogs, and ride on the sled behind them across the snow. In the summer, board a helicopter for an exciting, scenic flight over the Chugach Mountain Range before landing atop a glacier, where you'll be greeted by the excited sound of dogs ready to run.
Get two great Alaska activities—helicopter flightseeing and dogsledding on a glacier—with this amazing tour. You’ll start with a scenic 35-minute flight aboard a helicopter over the stunning Juneau Icefield. Then you’ll land on a glacier, where you’ll be introduced to your team of huskies who will be pulling you across the ice. Learn how to harness the dogs and prepare them to run, then set off on an unforgettable ride, mushing your team over several miles of Alaskan ice. You’ll even see the tents and kennels where dogs and guides live.