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Seward Fishing Package

Seward Fishing Package - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$297.15

Experience a top of the line fishing package at an affordable rate! You'll be fishing on a 43 foot vessel known as the Arctic Endeavor, with top of the line equipment and tackle. Fish one of the most popular spots for Salmon, Rockfish, Ling Cod, and Halibut in the world this season and know that you're in good hands with our knowledgable and certified captains!

Meet your crew at the Homer Boat Docks no later than 6am ... More info ›

Experience a top of the line fishing package at an affordable rate! You'll be fishing on a 43 foot vessel known as the Arctic Endeavor, with top of the line equipment and tackle. Fish one of the most popular spots for Salmon, Rockfish, Ling Cod, and Halibut in the world this season and know that you're in good hands with our knowledgable and certified captains!

Meet your crew at the Homer Boat Docks no later than 6am. The boat departs from the dock at 6:30am. After captain and crew introductions, get settled on the boat, as the captain briefs before sail.

Along the boat ride out to the fishing spots, you'll have the opportunity to view Alaska's wildlife such as whales, dolphins, unique birds, seals, sea otters, and many more. This is your chance to relax and dive into what Alaska has to offer for scenery and wildlife viewings. Bring your camera!

As you approach your fishing destination, your Captain and Deckhand will go over how to use the equipment, safety with reel placement during breaks, how to "hook" the fish you are fishing for, and how to bring them up to be brought on board. "Fish On" is the most common phrase on board for when a fish hits the deck.

Your Captain and Deckhand are responsible for ensuring passenger/boat safety at all times. They will assist you in equipment handling, baiting hooks, bringing fish on-board, cleaning/filleting fish, and additional passenger needs as the trip continues.

You will continue this process until limits are reached or until it is time to head back to the docks. Please be advised that no charter company can predict the fish you will catch and limits being reached. Though this is impossible to predict, rest assured that you'll be instructed by the best Captains and knowledgable deckhands out there!

Upon your return, you will have the opportunity to watch your deckhand filet everyone's fish and see how this process is handled. There will also be another opportunity to see Alaska's beautiful scenery and exotic wild life. After docking, guests will gather their things and your Captain and Deckhand will do another briefing to help assist you with the processing of your fish.

Gratuities are completely customized depending on how much you valued your trip overall and your crew!

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Exit Glacier Ice Hiking

Exit Glacier Ice Hiking - Seward, Alaska Star Rating

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$130.00

This active and adventurous six hour glacier hiking tour is popular with clients that don't shy away from exercise on their Alaska vacations. A mixture of on-trail and backcountry hiking takes us onto the ice.

Please note: Our Exit Glacier Ice Hiking tours are challenging adventures physically!

This tour is the perfect experience for outdoor enthusiasts who really want to dig in and explore what Alaska has to offer ... More info ›

This active and adventurous six hour glacier hiking tour is popular with clients that don't shy away from exercise on their Alaska vacations. A mixture of on-trail and backcountry hiking takes us onto the ice.

Please note: Our Exit Glacier Ice Hiking tours are challenging adventures physically!

This tour is the perfect experience for outdoor enthusiasts who really want to dig in and explore what Alaska has to offer. We at Exit Glacier Guides believe that the more effort you put into a hike, the more you get out of it. Consequently, our hike takes people up an hour-and-a-half long incline, through an alpine valley, down a 45º rock scree, and onto the surface of Exit Glacier itself.

While you don't have to be a track star or a sherpa to complete the tour, it does take effort and a willingness to get tired and a smidge dirty in order to reach the glacier. What's the payoff for all of this work? Just look at the pictures on this site.

Exit Glacier Guides offers visitors to Seward, AK a chance to see a unique natural wonder close-up - and since it takes a little work to get there - our groups see it without a crowd. We are the only tour operator in the area doing a comparable tour, and we humbly assert that this is a darn good one. Also, due to the constantly changing nature of the glacier, no two tours of ours are ever the same.

We start on a well-maintained national park trail and proceed 1.6 miles up into the mountains. This portion of the trip takes about an hour to an hour and a half. During the hike, our knowledgeable guides identify many of the native plants and flowers and also use the landscape's unique features to explain basic glaciology. Quite frequently we see black bears, moose, and marmots along the way.

When we reach the ice, we don crampons, ice axes, and helmets. This gear lets us safely navigate the icy, undulating surface of the glacier.

We're proud of this tour. If you love the outdoors and want to have a truly memorable experience in Alaska, come on the glacier with us. We have offered this trip for 11 years, and we're confident that you'll be proud of our trip too.

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Exit Glacier Ice Climbing Trip

Exit Glacier Ice Climbing Trip - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$195.00

While no experience is necessary for this tour, a sense of adventure is required for full enjoyment of our awesome introductory glacier Ice Climbing trip. This is THE opportunity to learn basic Ice Climbing and to spend hours exploring an ever-changing glacier!

You don't need any experience or special equipment to come climb with us on this tour, just a sense of adventure ... More info ›

While no experience is necessary for this tour, a sense of adventure is required for full enjoyment of our awesome introductory glacier Ice Climbing trip. This is THE opportunity to learn basic Ice Climbing and to spend hours exploring an ever-changing glacier!

You don't need any experience or special equipment to come climb with us on this tour, just a sense of adventure. We provide small client to guide ratios of 3:1 on this tour, which is led by experienced instructors who use carefully maintained equipment to lead you out onto the ice. Our tours are designed to not only expose you to the world of Ice Climbing, but also to spend a large amount of time on the glacier just simply exploring and finding amazing features around every corner—or crevasse.

We start our trip at our office in Seward, Alaska to outfit you with all the necessary equipment. Just bring the recommended clothing and a camera and we’ll provide everything else including technical equipment, a backpack, and trekking poles. Our shuttle, Duke, will transport us to Exit Glacier where an hour-and-a-half hike through a de-glaciated landscape brings us to the edge of the glacier. Donning our crampons we first find a gentle slope to teach the basics of climbing, crampon usage, and safety. Then it’s on to the crevasse fields where we will ascend bigger walls and explore some of the more remarkable physical features of the glacier.

While this tour does not require climbing experience, the physical ability to be outside hiking, climbing, and pushing your athletic abilities is a must. We hike a total of about 4.5 miles and gain and lose about 1500 feet of elevation. The payoff is a secluded mountain experience and vistas that will be with you forever. We will provide all the necessary equipment including a backpack, boots, snacks and water. All you need is the appropriate attire and things you will most likely already be travelling with.

Tap into that adventurer, explorer, thrill seeker and/or inner child and join us for some awesome glacier climbing!

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Private Tour: Glacier Hike with Helicopter Ride

Private Tour: Glacier Hike with Helicopter Ride - Seward, Alaska Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$350.00

A 3-hour adventure of a lifetime awaits on this spectacular helicopter fly-in glacier tour in Seward, Alaska. Enjoy intimate and remote helicopter access to a secluded glacial environment for a private guided ice hiking tour ... More info ›

A 3-hour adventure of a lifetime awaits on this spectacular helicopter fly-in glacier tour in Seward, Alaska. Enjoy intimate and remote helicopter access to a secluded glacial environment for a private guided ice hiking tour. See the sights of Seward and participate in some trekking along the uneven fields in this journey.

Meet your guide at a central location, then make your way to the Seward Airport. There, the helicopter trip will take you soaring over rugged mountain peaks to a remote glaciated valley. Dramatically flowing out of an isolated alpine ice field, your destination just south of Godwin glacier presents some of the most exciting glacier hiking in the state.  

The helicopter lands right at the glacier where you will be outfitted with crampons, helmets and ice axes. A professional and expert guide will then instruct you on how to safely travel on the glacier before you take off to explore an ancient frozen river. Spending approximately 2 hours on the ice with your guide, you will explore the fascinating terrain and features of the glacier on this tour: moulins, crevasses, massive waterfalls and rivers of melt water on top of the ice.  

This tour's difficulty is highly customizable depending on your preference. There will be a lot of terrain available for trekking, so the guides can cater to how much or how little you want to travel around on the glacier in the time available. When the helicopter returns, you have the option of a customized flight seeing tour of your choosing. Soar through huge icebergs in a glacial lagoon, fly over one North America’s largest Icefields, or explore the stark mountainous topography carved from the last ice age surrounding Seward.

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Extended Length Helicopter Access Glacier Hiking

Extended Length Helicopter Access Glacier Hiking - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$395.00

Explore a glacier on this guided, 4.5-hour, helicopter-assisted hiking excursion in Seaward, Alaska. This trip affords the opportunity to be led into a place that few people have ever been. This helicopter exploration trip is an experience for those wanting to not only see and walk on a glacier, but to truly explore one as well ... More info ›

Explore a glacier on this guided, 4.5-hour, helicopter-assisted hiking excursion in Seaward, Alaska. This trip affords the opportunity to be led into a place that few people have ever been. This helicopter exploration trip is an experience for those wanting to not only see and walk on a glacier, but to truly explore one as well. All the necessary technical gear, plus snacks, backpacks, trekking poles, and water are included.

The helicopter leaves from Seward, Alaska's local airport, and the views from the flight up to the ice are spectacular. After flying through an alpine canyon, the helicopter lands relatively close to glacier access — just a short hike to the ice.

With guidance, hike deep into the glacier’s crevasse fields on a tour to get up close with the awesome power and beauty of this massive mountain of ice. Up higher, in the faster moving sections of the glacier where the landscape is still being created, it's possible to almost feel the ancient flow of ice make its way down the valley.

After the hiking tour is done, the helicopter takes a thrilling canyon run down the mountain and over Resurrection Bay back to Seward.

This tour provides the hardy hiker with three hours of exploration, plenty of time to become intimately acquainted with what feels like another world.

This tour is permitted with the Chugach National Forest. All the necessary gear is included — plus snacks and water.

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Guided Harding Icefield Trail Hike

Guided Harding Icefield Trail Hike - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$80.00

This strenuous trek alongside and beyond Exit Glacier is a truly epic day of expansive views and great exercise. The Harding Icefield Trail has been called a “life hike” for it is unlikely to experience anything like this again.

This trek climbs 3000 feet alongside Exit Glacier as it passes through several climatic zones ... More info ›

This strenuous trek alongside and beyond Exit Glacier is a truly epic day of expansive views and great exercise. The Harding Icefield Trail has been called a “life hike” for it is unlikely to experience anything like this again.

This trek climbs 3000 feet alongside Exit Glacier as it passes through several climatic zones. Be on the look out for mountain goats, black bear, and marmots--- they are common sightings up here.

The trail ends overlooking the massive 700 square mile Harding Icefield, which is a leftover of the last major Ice Age. Covering approximately 700 square miles, and at a maximum depth of roughly 4000ft, the Harding Icefield is the largest ice field entirely within the United States. Looking over a corner of the ice field is a humbling experience, one that leaves behind a sense of magnitude and awe that stays with visitors for a long time after they leave Alaska.

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