Alaska Bear Watching $782pp
Departs from Anchorage. 6 hour tour.
Travel deep into the wild on a fly-out Alaska bear viewing trip.
View Alaska's brown bears in their natural habitat!
Enjoy a 6-hour guided tour to the entrance of Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, home of Redoubt Bay Lodge and incredible bear viewing.
This tour includes a 70-mile flight from Anchorage to the entrance of Lake Clark. Flight time in your 4 - 10 passenger float plane is approximately 50 minutes in each way.
Slip on the provided headsets, and listen as your pilot narrates the flight. And no fighting over the window seat -- everyone gets one on this fantastic tour.
Once you arrive at the entrance of Lake Clark, an experienced natural history guide will take you by boat through bear country.
Watch for bears as they fish for salmon in the wild. Remember to keep an eye out for other wildlife along the way.
Relax and enjoy a homemade lunch on the lake or in the cozy lodge before your return to Anchorage.
You'll receive a Redoubt Bay Field Guide that provides interesting facts about bears and a checklist of flora and fauna specific to this region.
Complimentary transfers are available from most major Anchorage hotels.
Denali Flightseeing Tours to Mt. McKinley $472pp
Departs from Anchorage. 3 hour tour.
Soar to new heights on our intimate, 3-hour Discover Denali Flightseeing Tour.
Our Denali flightseeing tours feature an experienced Alaska bush pilot who lives to share Alaska’s most inaccessible and spectacularly-wild settings.
Depart from Lake Hood, Anchorage’s lively seaplane airport, traverse the flatlands across Cook Inlet, spotting for moose and beluga whales, depending on the time of year and weather, and follow the ragged spine of the Alaska Range with its massive walls of rock and ice to the crowning jewel, Mount McKinley.
At a formidable 20,320 feet, Mt. McKinley is the centerpiece of Denali National Park.
On a Denali flightseeing tour with Rust’s, you'll get the best view!
Alaskan Glacier & Wildlife Adventure Flightseeing $282pp
Departs from Anchorage. Approximately 1.5 hours.
Take a Knik glacier tour and experience a glacier and wildlife adventure. Soar over towering Knik Glacier - the centerpiece of Lake George National Natural Landmark. At 25 miles long and 5 miles wide, Knik Glacier is one of Southcentral Alaska’s biggest and most spectacular glaciers and towers above Knik River Valley – an area rich in vegetation, fish and Alaska wildlife. On the north side of the Knik River, sunny, south-facing slopes are common lambing areas for Dall sheep.
Moose are plentiful year round. Black and grizzly bear, wolf, coyote, fox, lynx, wolverine, snowshoe hare, American beaver, the Arctic ground squirrel and the occasional river otter may also be spotted.
On this 1.5 hour Knik Glacier flightseeing tour with Rust’s Flying Service, we depart from the world’s busiest seaplane base for the expansive Knik Glacier, located 50 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska.
We also fly over Colony Glacier to Lake George, which spills into the winding Knik Glacier Gorge.
The extended tour, at just over 2 hours, includes a lakeside landing for refreshments at a remote inn.
Alaska Native Heritage Center $29 pp
Anchorage. Approximately 2 hours.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center, a world class culture center, reveals the rich and diverse cultures of the 11 indigenous groups of Alaska.
This is an exciting place to learn about Alaska's first people.
Visitors are introduced to Native traditions and customs with guided tours.
Enjoy an Alaska Native dance and discover its cultural relevance, marvel over the physical skill of Native Games Athletes, and stroll through traditional Native dwellings.
Perhaps the most engaging part of the experience is the opportunity to hear the stories that shape the lives of Alaska Natives. Witness living culture through educational programs created to support and perpetuate of all of Alaska's Native cultures.
The Alaska Native Heritage Center is located only 10 minutes from downtown Anchorage, just off the Glenn Highway near Muldoon Road.
Prince William Sound Flightseeing $439pp
Departs from Anchorage. Approximately 3 hours.
Soar above the blue crevassed face of a 3,000 ft. thick glacier, and view some of Alaska’s most rugged mountain peaks on this 2 ½ to 3 hour Prince William Sound flightseeing tour from Anchorage with Rust’s Flying Service.
Pristine Prince William Sound is a magnificent region with 15,000 square miles of fjords and inlets, scores of tidewater glaciers and is a rich cold water marine life habitat.
Depart from Lake Hood, the world’s largest and busiest floatplane base, and fly east over the Chugach Mountain Range, “hanging” glaciers and alpine valleys into another world: Prince William Sound.
On the extended tour, include Columbia Glacier, Prince William Sound's largest tidewater glacier and possibly a swing by Glacier Island to view sea lions sunning themselves on the rocky coastline.
Make a photo stop landing at a secluded cove before returning to Anchorage.
Flight route can vary according to weather.
Your pilot will advise as to the best route for the best flightseeing depending on the conditions on your day of flight.
All prices are quoted in US dollars unless otherwise stated.