Best Things to Do In Delta Junction

Experience amazing Alaskan activities in Delta Junction, where you can take off on flightseeing tours to the Arctic, go on an aurora winter landscape photography tour, and explore a multitude of trails on both mountains and glaciers.

Delta Junction Day Tours & Attractions View All

Season: March 16 - 22
Single: $4,695; Double*: $3,795 each
7 Days / 7 Nights
Visits: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Delta Junction
Land Package Type: Photography Tours
Season: Year Round 1+ hours

Expe­ri­ence the thrill of flight­see­ing in areas that most tours can’t reach. Go with Gold­en Eagle Out­fit­ters and enjoy ful­ly cus­tomized flight­see­ing tours from Kotze­bue or Delta Junc­tion — or take advan­tage of their air-taxi drop-off and pick­up ser­vice to access some of the most beau­ti­ful and remote parts of Alaska.


Delta Junction Parks & Trails View All

Difficulty: Easy

Begin hik­ing at Lost Lake camp­ground and fol­low the right side of Lost Lake. Con­tin­ue 1.3 miles along the spruce bog until you reach Moose Pond where you can watch for water­fowl, moose, beavers, and oth­er wildlife.

Difficulty: Easy Distance: 1 mile

This trail starts at Quartz Lake camp­ground and skirts the west­ern edge of the lake for .5 miles before climbimg the hill to Glat­felder Cab­in. It con­tin­ues around the front of the cab­in, crests the hill, then enters the Lost Lake Trail and fol­lows this back to the the Quartz Lake campground.

The Gulka­na Glac­i­er Trail is a great after­noon hike, com­plete with two swing­ing draw­bridges to cross before you reach the glacier.

Difficulty: Difficult Distance: 1 mile

This trail offers a rugged climb to the top of Bert Moun­tain. It ends at a heli­copter pad con­struct­ed by for­est fire­fight­ers for use in area fire suppression.

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