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    Saltwater Expedition

    Coves of the hidden variety. Islands shrouded in mist. Mountain ranges looming in the near distance. If that doesn't set you afloat, the boat underneath you is sure to do the trick. Set out on a serene saltwater expedition aboard a 25-foot former fast-response vessel. Explore Ketchikan's staggering oceanfront, which is encompassed by the sprawl of the Southeast Alaska Rainforest. Learn about the local natural history from a knowledgeable guide and captain, and spot a variety of wildlife that populate the shores and waters. A warm cabin even offers respite from the cold mist. But if you spend all your time sitting inside, we might have to revoke your fun license.
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    Saltwater Expedition

    1245 Tongass Ave, Ketchikan

    • Treat yourself to a resplendent coastal voyage aboard a 25-foot boat
    • Discover hidden inlets set within the confines of a temperate rainforest
    • Learn about the local environment courtesy of a knowledgeable guide
    • Spot local wildlife and let scenic views sweep your mind away
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    Summer Sunset Photo Safari

    Anchored down in Anchorage for the summer? Perfect time to capture a few shots of the Midnight Sun! Head out with a professional photographer for some one-on-one photography instruction, and tips on some of the best spots in the vicinity to capture late-day shots. As you travel, enjoy additional insights into natural history, which will serve to lend context to the dazzling backdrops you find yourself photographing. Meet at Stewart's Photo Shop in Downtown and hop aboard a cozy tour van. Travel along the scenic Cook Inlet Coast, and arrive at Earthquake Park for your first shoot: the remaining aftermath of the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964. Then, pay a visit to Point Woronzof, known as a gathering spot for local moose. With a little luck, you'll be hanging a picture of antlers on your wall, but either way you'll have the opportunity to photograph a beautiful perspective of Cook Inlet backed by the Alaskan Range. Afterwards, a pit stop at Lake Hood Floatplane Base will give you the chance to snap some shots of the summer air traffic. Follow with a voyage through Potter Marsh. Formed 100 years ago, totally by accident, this whoopsie wetland now serves as a home for migrating birds. Continue your trip with a drive along Seward Highway, and then take quick hike to McHugh Creek. Master shutter techniques as you photograph the river's flow into Turnagain Arm, with a better-than-bad chance at spotting beluga whales swimming below. Finish your picturesque journey high up in the Glen Alps of the Chugach mountains for panoramic shots of Anchorage and Cook Inlet, just in time for sunset. As a private tour, you can work with your guide to tailor your inventory, and make a spontaneous stops along your route to shoot the local wildlife (with your camera). Happy hunting!
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    Summer Sunset Photo Safari

    531 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Explore the area around Anchorage during a wide-ranging nature shoot
    • Travel with a local guide and experienced photographer for expert tips
    • Photograph incredible backdrops formed by forest, mountain, and sea
    • Immerse yourself in a dazzling natural world designed to fuel your creativity
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    Southside Explorer w/ Glacier Landing

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    Soar over the snow-capped beauty of Alaska with Talkeetna Air Taxi! Introduce yourself to Denali and the Alaska Range and discover the enchanting beauty of the mountains. On this tour you'll take flight and view the Great Gorge of the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls filled with a 4,000 foot thick river of ice, and the deepest canyon in North America. Not convinced yet? Well, you'll even get to LAND on one of these beautiful glaciers. The beauty of the cascading icefalls, blue meltwater pools, and stunning snow-capped peaks make for a truly unforgettable experience. Talk about an ice breaker to use at parties! Regular taxis are so old-school. You can't get this view from a yellow cab!
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    Southside Explorer w/ Glacier Landing

    14212 E 2nd St, Talkeetna

    • Explore the incredible landscape of Denali and the Alaska Range
    • View the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls, the deepest canyon in North America, and more
    • Immerse yourself in the quiet beauty of nature
    • Bundle up and enjoy the sight of the highest mountain in North America
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    Alpine Glacier Adventures

    Up for some fun in Alaska? Like, way up? Take your notions of excitement to new heights with a helicopter ride over Tongass National Forest! Your day begins with a pickup from your hotel (or another location) and transportation to Juneau International Airport. After getting outfitted with a backpack full of glacier trekking gear and an orientation, you'll rise above the city and fly across a temperate rainforest leading up to beautiful mountain peaks! Below, you'll spot the Juneau Icefield, which encompasses a staggering 1,500-square miles. You'll land atop the isolated Lemon Glacier, where you can choose your own adventure alongside an experienced guide! Trek across the ice towards a set of mountain lakes formed by the glacier, explore haunting ice caves, discover raging waterfalls, climb sheer walls of ice, and immerse yourself in a surreal world of incredible adventure. And just when you think the fun has come to an end, you'll take off on a scenic flight back to the city! Being grounded is so overrated.
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    Alpine Glacier Adventures

    2767 Sherwood Ln, Juneau

    • Head to the isolated Lemon Glacier for a private glacier-trekking adventure
    • Fly to and from the glacier in a helicopter from Juneau International Airport
    • Challenge yourself in the field with a variety of hiking options available
    • Discover isolated lakes, waterfalls, and ice caves along the way
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    Classic Misty Fjords Flightseeing

    If you can't decide on an art museum or a scenic outdoor adventure -- may we suggest viewing works of "art" forged by the very hands of nature? The Misty Fjords National Monument "exhibits" some of the most dramatic scenery in Alaska. Boasting 2.3 million acres, it's almost four times the area of Rhode Island. But only by air can you fully appreciate the aesthetic beauty of this land, slowly crafted by the hands of nature over time -- specifically, the hands of glaciers. Massive glacier action created the ice-rimmed wilderness before you, built across the span of tens of thousands of years. Really puts things into perspective, right? So keep an eye out for the glaciers' masterpieces, including majestic fjords, cascading waterfalls, and jewel-like lakes, all of which, you will find, are dotted with abundant wildlife. Marvel at sheer walls of granite plunging over 3,000 feet into the fjords, lush forests of spruce, hemlock and cedar clinging to snow-capped peaks, in this land of incredible natural beauty and rugged grandeur. Best accessed by air, this vast untouched wilderness was first identified in the journals of explorer Captain George Vancouver in 1793. See New Eddystone Rock, a striking remnant of early geological activity, at the entrance to spectacular Rudyard Bay. This will serve as your introduction to the monument. Your pilot will be sure to point out glacier-carved fjords, beautiful river valleys, and pristine mountain lakes, identifying the scenic wonders for your viewing pleasure as you fly overhead. As mentioned, the dramatic Misty Fjords terrain is home to a multitude of wildlife. The astute observer may be rewarded with sightings of brown and black bear, Sitka black-tailed deer, wolves, moose and bald eagles. There will be plenty to view and learn about as your expert bush pilot flies over this paradise. Visible only from the air, see the splendid 1,000 foot waterfall flowing from Big Goat Lake, which was named for the region's concentration of mountain goat. Colonies of these marvelous high mountain creatures can be spotted and photographed from the air. So the next time you're looking to see some REAL art, refer to Exhibit "A": Alaska, by air!
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    Classic Misty Fjords Flightseeing

    4085 Tongass Ave, Ketchikan

    • Discover magnificent Misty Fjords National Monument in an impeccably maintained DeHavilland Beaver floatplane, the world's most famous bush plane
    • View some of the most spectacular scenes in Alaska from the comfort of your window seat
    • Enjoy a personal pilot narration with individual headsets on this once-in-a-lifetime experience
    • Follow along on the provided detailed map and guide to track your flight route
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    LeConte Glacier & "Little Norway" Tour

    You there! Freeze! Stop what you're doing and join Alaska Waters Inc. for an amazing glacier tour! Sitting in a 12-mile fjord at the head of LeConte Bay, the spectacular LeConte Glacier is not only North America's southernmost tidewater glacier, but it's also part of a massive system of glaciers that stretches for 120 miles between the Stikine and Whiting Rivers. All around this remote fjord, snowy peaks rise high into the clear Alaskan air to heights of 4,000 feet, and thundering waterfalls plunge into its depths. You'll travel these remarkable waters aboard a covered and heated jet boat, maneuvering between fields of icebergs and spotting both nesting harbor seals and bald eagles preying on seal pups. Afterwards, you'll make a 1-2 hour stop in Petersburg, also known as Alaska's "Little Norway." There you can grab a bite to eat or visit the Petersburg Museum. This charming community also offers plenty of souvenir opportunities. Depending on tide conditions, the Petersburg stop may occur at the beginning of the tour. What an awesome tour -- talk about icing on the cake!
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    LeConte Glacier & "Little Norway" Tour

    107 Stikeen Ave, Wrangell

    • Travel to LeConte Bay aboard a heated jet boat to view the LeConte Glacier up close
    • Explore a 12-mile fjord surrounded by waterfalls and snow-capped mountains
    • Float among icebergs and drifts where harbor seals mate and bald eagles prey
    • Spend a couple of hours exploring the fishing community of Petersburg
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    AnAn Bear & Wildlife Observatory Tour

    Up for some wild times? Just bear with us for a moment! This trip to the remote AnAn Bear & Wildlife Observatory is your chance to learn about bears while viewing them up-close in their natural habitat! You'll begin your day of adventure with an hour-long, 35-mile boat ride via the Eastern Passage between Wrangel Island and the mainland. During this portion of the journey, you'll enjoy the comforts of a covered and heated jet boat and are welcome to bring along snacks or even a meal. Upon arrival, you'll meet up with US Forest Service personnel for a quick orientation, before traversing the ½ mile trail that cuts through the observatory. This trail consists of a narrow boardwalk without handrails (including around 300 steps) and will take approximately 20 minutes to walk. As you walk, you're likely to spot some of the local black and brown bears that live in the area. Your guides know these bears well and are trained to understand their various personalities in order to keep you safe on your journey. The local AnAn Creek has one of the area's largest pink salmon runs, drawing numerous bears to the area. Other predators chow down there as well, including bald eagles and harbor seals, making this a rare opportunity to observe all of these creatures in close proximity to each other. You'll even be able to make use of a photo blind below the observation deck to snap a few memorable shots. What a rawr opportunity!
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    AnAn Bear & Wildlife Observatory Tour

    107 Stikeen Ave, Wrangell

    • Explore the AnAn Bear & Wildlife Sanctuary and get up-close to both brown and black bears
    • Walk along a boardwalk through the sanctuary and snap pictures from a photo blind
    • Check out other wildlife feeding on the AnAn Creek salmon population, including bald eagles and seals
    • Travel aboard a heated jet boat during a one-hour open water trip from the city of Wrangell
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    Grand Denali w/ Glacier Landing

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    Soar over the snow-capped beauty of Alaska with Talkeetna Air Taxi! Introduce yourself to Denali and the Alaska Range and discover the enchanting beauty of the mountains. On this tour you'll take flight and view the Great Gorge of the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls filled with a 4,000 foot thick river of ice, and the deepest canyon in North America. You'll even have the rare opportunity to see "The Southside Seven Glaciers" that blanket the Alaska Range and the Wickersham Wall of Denali, which is the greatest continual vertical relief in the world. Kahiltna, the longest glacier in the park, stretches for 45 miles in a sprawl of earth and ice. Not convinced yet? Well, you'll even get to LAND on one of these beautiful glaciers.The beauty of the arctic alpine tundra of the north side of Denali National Park's remote interior makes for a truly unforgettable experience. Talk about an ice breaker to use at parties!
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    Grand Denali w/ Glacier Landing

    14212 E 2nd St, Talkeetna

    • Explore the incredible landscape of Denali and the Alaska Range
    • View the Ruth Glacier, mile high granite walls, and the deepest canyon in North America
    • See the seven glaciers that blanket the south side of the Alaska Range
    • Fly over the Wickersham Wall of Denali
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    Heritage City Tour

    How can you honor the past while enjoying the present? Check out this awesome tour from Salmon Berry, which serves as both a celebration of Alaskan native heritage while still being a rollicking good time! You'll receive a complimentary ride from your hotel alongside a friendly and expert Salmon Berry Tour Guide, who will take you to the original Anchorage townsite, featuring a monument to the great quake of 1964 (where there's still visible earthquake damage!). You'll see all of the comings and goings at the busiest private seaplane base in the world, followed by a walk through the Alaska Native Heritage Center. The amount of culture and knowledge stored in one place is amazing! You'll also see some performances from native dancers and Alaska Eskimo Olympians (it's as cool as it sounds). See? Educational AND a good time!
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    Heritage City Tour

    515 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Take a trip into the past on this tour that honors the culture and history of Alaskan native groups
    • Visit the original Anchorage townsite, which includes a monument to the great quake of '64, as well as the world's busiest seaplane base
    • Walk through the Alaska Native Heritage Center, and check out an authentic native village filled with traditional structures and artifacts
    • Enjoy performances by native dancers and Eskimo Olympians, then shop for artisan arts and crafts afterwards!
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    Anchorage Winter Twilight Photo Tour

    Anchored down in Anchorage for the summer? Perfect time to capture a few shots of the Midnight Sun! Head out with a professional photographer for some one-on-one photography instruction, and tips on some of the best spots in the vicinity to capture late-day shots. As you travel, enjoy additional insights into natural history, which will serve to lend context to the dazzling backdrops you find yourself photographing. Meet at Stewart's Photo Shop in Downtown and hop aboard a cozy tour van. Travel along the scenic Cook Inlet Coast, and arrive at Earthquake Park for your first shoot: the remaining aftermath of the Great Alaska Earthquake of 1964. Then, pay a visit to Point Woronzof, known as a gathering spot for local moose. With a little luck, you'll be hanging a picture of antlers on your wall, but either way you'll have the opportunity to photograph a beautiful perspective of Cook Inlet backed by the Alaskan Range. Afterwards, a pit stop at Lake Hood Floatplane Base will give you the chance to snap some shots of the summer air traffic. Follow with a voyage through Potter Marsh. Formed 100 years ago, totally by accident, this whoopsie wetland now serves as a home for migrating birds. Continue your trip with a drive along Seward Highway, and then take quick hike to McHugh Creek. Master shutter techniques as you photograph the river's flow into Turnagain Arm, with a better-than-bad chance at spotting beluga whales swimming below. Finish your picturesque journey high up in the Glen Alps of the Chugach mountains for panoramic shots of Anchorage and Cook Inlet, just in time for sunset. As a private tour, you can work with your guide to tailor your inventory, and make a spontaneous stops along your route to shoot the local wildlife (with your camera). Happy hunting!
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    Anchorage Winter Twilight Photo Tour

    Stewart's Photo Shop, 531 W 4th Ave, Anchorage

    • Explore the area around Anchorage during a wide-ranging nature shoot
    • Travel with a local guide and experienced photographer for expert tips
    • Photograph incredible backdrops formed by forest, mountain, and sea
    • Immerse yourself in a dazzling natural world designed to fuel your creativity
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