Alaska Glacier flights are a once in a lifetime experience to those visiting Alaska. For those wondering what sets apart a glacier flight or landing from other available flights, it's a grand evolution in geography before your eyes. Glaciers shape the landscape as they flow down mountains and valleys. At the same time glaciers are retreating, melting away faster every year. Some predidctions say that within the next 60 years over half of the worlds glacier will be lost. read more »
Gustavus sits inside Glacier Bay but being so small and remote there are few options. The best options for flights to Glacier Bay are from Haines and Skagway. From Haines you're in the park within 10 mins, Skagway is 15 mins further away.read more »
Flights to Glacier Bay depend on where you're starting from. From Haines you can hop on a flightseeing tour for as little as $170, and Skagway for as little as $200. read more »
Ketchikan flightseeing has good views of remnants of glacier aftermath.
Glacier Bay is one of the few national parks that you can not drive to. Even though that is the case over one hundered thousand tourist make their way to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, 99% of vistiors arrive on cruise ship. Cruise ships only show a minute portion of Glacier Bay. Find more on Alaska Glacier Flights »
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