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Home of the world’s highest concentration of brown bears, the world’s largest natural salmon runs, and the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Katmai National Park is located on the Alaska Peninsula about 250 miles southwest of Anchorage. Brooks Falls bear viewing is an experience you'll never forget.
Venture off the beaten path and ﬂy down the Bristol Bay coast, where you’ll be met with towering cliffs, an abundance of seabirds, and walrus amassed by the hundreds. An Anchorage Aero exclusive, this walrus viewing tour is a truly unique Alaskan day trip.
Depart Anchorage bound for glacier-covered Mount Redoubt, Mount Spur, and Mount Iliamna, all of which are highly active. While en-route, view the Alaska Range, Kenai Peninsula, and Cook Inlet. Make sure to keep an eye out for abundant Alaskan wildlife along the way. This volcano tour highlights the most recent destructive eruptions.
Located in the Chugach Range behind Anchorage are Knik and Colony Glaciers. You will experience the optimum viewing of glaciers, icebergs, mountains, and-mountain goats. Ascending to the summit of the Colony Glacier, you will fly over the Chugach Range into Prince William Sound and return to Anchorage via the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet.
Located 100 miles north of Anchorage in the Alaska Range, Denali is North America’s tallest mountain standing 20,320 feet. Anchorage Aero's Denali flightseeing tours provide awe-inspiring views Ruth, Kahiltna, and Tokositna Glaciers. You will also soar the peaks of Mt Denali, Mt Foraker, and Mt Hunter while gazing over breathtaking Denali Park below.