Icy Strait Point
Hoonah flight seeing tour

Glacier Bay Flightseeing

Experience the grandeur of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, one of America's premier natural wilderness areas.

The scenery of the park encompasses 3.3 million acres and is part of the largest internationally protected area in the world. Departing from the Hoonah Airport by fixed-wing plane, you will fly across Icy Strait, the main waterway connecting Southeast Alaska to Seattle. Fly over the feeding grounds for endangered humpback whales at Point Adolphus. At the entrance to Glacier Bay, your pilot/guide will point out Lemesurier Island; the massive glaciers almost reached this point before beginning their rapid retreat just 250 years ago. A giant sheet of ice covered all the area you will see. As your flight continues, see how the de-glaciated terrain is developing into lush rain forests of Spruce and Hemlock that line the shores of Glacier Bay. Fly over waterfalls, lakes, deep crevasses and azure blue meltwater pools of Glacier Bay National Park and visit the world as it was at the end of the Ice Age.

Don't forget your camera to capture the memories of your Glacier Bay experience. Approximately 65-70 minutes flight time.

Duration: Approximately 1 hour 45 minutes



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