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Denali North Face Flight Expedition

Denali North Face Flight Expedition - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

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$375.00

Embark on the ultimate Denali experience. Enjoy fantastic aerial views of Denali — North America’s highest point — on an exhilarating 1.5-hour flight ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book by September 9, 2017 and travel by October 31, 2017 to save 20% off our previously offered price! This  special offer is available on the English and Spanish Tour options. - Book Now!

Embark on the ultimate Denali experience. Enjoy fantastic aerial views of Denali — North America’s highest point — on an exhilarating 1.5-hour flight. See the avalanche-prone Wickersham Wall, spot glaciers, and simply bask in the surrounding scenery while savoring stunning aerial views. This unique adventure also includes round-trip transport from select Denali-area lodgings. Choose from multiple departure times daily. 

Following pickup from your Denali-area lodging, you'll head directly to Healy River State Airport. Here, meet your guide and board your plane for a 1.5-hour aerial tour that brings you within close proximity to the 20,237-foot-tall (6168 meters) Denali — North America’s highest peak.

Sit back as your plane climbs along the spine of the Alaskan Range above Denali National Park, taking in views of the massive Muldrow Glacier and the near-vertical Wickersham Wall on Denali’s north face. Marvel at braided rivers, glacier-carved valleys, and vast alpine tundra as you go. 

Weather permitting, your aerial tour will return by way of the Stampede Trail and offer amazing views of the Magic Bus, made famous by both the book and movie, Into the Wild.

You'll cover nearly 200 miles of wilderness before being returned to your Denali-area hotel.

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Flight to or from Denali

Flight to or from Denali - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Duration: Flexible
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

From USD
$275.00

Save hours of travel on the road by flying to/from the Denali National Park area. Fly to or from Anchorage, Talkeetna, Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs, and Denali ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book by September 9, 2017 and travel by October 31, 2017 to save 20% off our previously offered price! This  special offer is available on the English and Spanish Tour options. - Book Now!

Save hours of travel on the road by flying to/from the Denali National Park area. Fly to or from Anchorage, Talkeetna, Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs, and Denali. While in route, enjoy aerial views of the Alaskan wilderness. Transportation between Denali National Park area hotels is included.

Take off times are customized to your schedule, departures are in the late afternoon and evenings. Enjoy scenic views of the Alaskan wilderness from your window seat on a fix-wing aircraft flown by an experienced pilot. Every guest is provided with a voice-activated headset to communicate with the pilot and other guests.

Choose between one of the following flights: Anchorage (1 hour and 45 minutes), Fairbanks (45 minutes), Talkeetna (1 hour and 15 minutes), and Chena Hot Springs (1 hour and 15 minutes).

A minimum of three people per booking is required.

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Evening Getaway: Alaska's Chena Hot Springs Resort

Evening Getaway: Alaska's Chena Hot Springs Resort  - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

From USD
$450.00

Spend an evening at the Chena Hot Springs Resort, departing from Denali National Park, with this convenient 4.5-hour package. Hop aboard a scenic flight 125 miles north for a relaxing evening getaway ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book by September 9, 2017 and travel by October 31, 2017 to save 20% off our previously offered price! This  special offer is available on the English and Spanish Tour options. - Book Now!

Spend an evening at the Chena Hot Springs Resort, departing from Denali National Park, with this convenient 4.5-hour package. Hop aboard a scenic flight 125 miles north for a relaxing evening getaway. Unwind in the natural hot spring “Rock Lake,” enjoy family time at the indoor pool and hot tub, or sit down to a delicious gourmet dinner at the onsite restaurant. You can even partake in a frosty adult beverage at the resort’s ice bar before your twilight flight back to Denali. This package includes two 75-minute flights and pickup and drop-off from select hotels.

Begin with pickup from select Denali-area hotels to Healy River State Airport between 4pm and 4:30pm for your 5pm flight. Once onboard, let the Alaskan Bush pilots do the work as you sit back and enjoy the approximately 75-minute interactive journey, utilizing voice-activated headsets and taking in stunning aerial views through the plane’s large windows.

Arrive on a private airstrip for your 2-hour visit to China Hot Spring Resort. Soak in the “Rock Lake” hot spring, saddle up to the ice castle’s ice bar for a frosty adult beverage, tour the Aurora Ice Museum, or settle in for a leisurely dinner. All activities and purchases are at your own expense.

When the time comes, meet back up with your pilots for a relaxing trip back to Healy River State Airport. Your evening concludes with a drop-off at your hotel at around 10pm.

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Evening Getaway by Plane to the Arctic Circle

Evening Getaway by Plane to the Arctic Circle - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

From USD
$495.00

Join us for an evening of adventure 225 miles north to the isolated community of Bettles, Alaska. Enjoy about 75 minutes of scenic flight time each way until you land at the remote airstrip in the Arctic Circle ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book by September 9, 2017 and travel by October 31, 2017 to save 20% off our previously offered price! This  special offer is available on the English and Spanish Tour options. - Book Now!

Join us for an evening of adventure 225 miles north to the isolated community of Bettles, Alaska. Enjoy about 75 minutes of scenic flight time each way until you land at the remote airstrip in the Arctic Circle. We will explore the town of Bettles, located 35 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Don't miss your chance to experience the Alaskan lifestyle “off the grid.” Take off time is 5:00 pm with a return to your Denali area hotel around 9:30pm.

Located 35 miles north of the Arctic Circle in the foothills of the Brooks Range, Bettles was founded during Alaska’s last great gold rush in 1898, then grew into a strategic aviation hub during WWII. Now home to just a dozen year-round residents, Bettles is rich with history and surrounded by one of the last pristine wilderness areas in America.

Every flight is fully interactive with voice activated headsets and large windows. Along the route there are lots of sight-seeing opportunities. Flown by expert Alaskan Bush Pilots. The historic Bettles Lodge serves amazing dinners and offers guided tours of the town and the neighboring native village of Evansville. While visiting the native village inside the Arctic Circle, take a tour of the village and choose between extra time to explore or a dinner at the historic lodge.

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Canyon Run Whitewater Rafting in Denali National Park

Canyon Run Whitewater Rafting in Denali National Park - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

From USD
$92.00

Join a knowledgable and professional river guide on a “mild to wild” rafting adventure along Alaska’s Nenana River. Perfect for all ages (10 and older) and abilities, this intro to rafting takes you on a 2-hour journey through class III & IV rapids and among stunning scenery, including views of both Mt ... More info ›

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Join a knowledgable and professional river guide on a “mild to wild” rafting adventure along Alaska’s Nenana River. Perfect for all ages (10 and older) and abilities, this intro to rafting takes you on a 2-hour journey through class III & IV rapids and among stunning scenery, including views of both Mt. Healy and Denali National Park. Allow your guide to navigate the undulating whitewater while you and your family sit back and enjoy the ride.

Head to one of the two conveniently located offices in the town of Healy or in Denali Park. Here, you'll check in with the office staff and sign an acknowledgment and release form.

Following check-in, get ready to brave the rapids by donning a custom-made drysuits. While these suits offer maximum protection from the glacial water they don’t provide insulation, so be sure to dress in warm, long-sleeved layers and socks underneath for both comfort and hygiene.

Once outfitted, you’ll be taken to the river by either van or bus, where you’ll receive a safety talk from your trip leader. Then it’s time to set out on your 2-hour whitewater adventure along the Nenana River. Along the way you’ll encounter more than 10 major class III and IV rapids, including the “Razorback,” “Iceworm,” and “Coffee Grinder.”

Enjoy this "mild to wild" ride through Nenana River Canyon, taking in the spectacular scenery of Denali National Park and towering Mt. Healy as your guide navigates the sturdy oar raft through wave-trains and hydraulics.

Your tour concludes with a return transfer to your original departure point.

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CANYON RUN OAR RAFT WHITEWATER RAFTING

CANYON RUN OAR RAFT WHITEWATER RAFTING - Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

From USD
$94.00

Just sit, hold on and enjoy the Alaska raft ride! This Nenana rafting adventure is a perfect introduction to whitewater rafting.  A 2 hour, 11 mile  Alaska whitewater rafting journey with class III & class IV whitewater rapids (minimum age required is 10 years old) ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book by August 15, 2017 to save 10% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

Just sit, hold on and enjoy the Alaska raft ride! This Nenana rafting adventure is a perfect introduction to whitewater rafting.  A 2 hour, 11 mile  Alaska whitewater rafting journey with class III & class IV whitewater rapids (minimum age required is 10 years old). The Canyon Run is our most popular Nenana rafting adventure and a true classic.

Your adventure begins at one of two conveniently located offices:  Mile 238.9 Parks Highway in Denali Park or Mile 1/2 Otto Lake Road in Healy. You will check in with our friendly office staff who will have you sign our Acknowledgement of Risk form.  The next step involves getting into one of our custom made drysuits.  These drysuits have a latex neck, latex wrists and waterproof zipper to ensure maximum protection from the glacial water.  These drysuits do no insulate you, so we require that you dress in warm, long sleeved layers and warm socks underneath the drysuit for comfort and hygiene.  Once outfitted, you will be taken to the river by van or bus, where you will receive a safety talk from the trip leader.  

During this 2 Hour whitewater adventure expect to encounter over 10 major Class III to IV rapids in the Nenana River Canyon! The Denali National Park frontier will be the setting on your river left shore with Mt. Healy rising over 3,000 feet to the summit. Exciting wave-trains and powerful hydraulics will create rapids like “Razorback,” “Iceworm,” “Cable Car,” “Royal Flush,” and “Coffee Grinder!”

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