Dogsledding & Helicopter Glacier Flightseeing

Starting at
$599.99 / Person
Skagway, AK
Moderate Activity Level
Minimum age 2 years
2.0 hours
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Experience two once-in-a-lifetime tours, Alaska's favorite sport, dog sledding and helicopter glacier flightseeing.


  • Be whisked away in our premier touring ASTAR helicopter as your pilot navigates an incredible flight over Taiya Inlet.
  • View sights only revealed by helicopter as your pilot narrates the history of Skagway and the Gold Rush of 1898.
  • Land at the dog camp that is nestled among an endless sea of mountain peaks on a glacier above historic Skagway.
  • Meet our experienced mushers who will take you on an exciting adventure by sled and introduce you to the wonderful world of "mushing".
  • Drive a team of friendly Alaskan huskies over the ice-covered glacier or sit back in the sled and take in the sights.


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  • Flight time - 30 minutes. Time on the glacier-1 hour, of which 1/2 hour is dog sledding.
  • Tour times may vary due to weather and glacier conditions.
  • Due to weight, balance and capacity restrictions, guests weighing over 250 lbs. will be required to purchase 2 seats (1½ tickets) on this excursion.  You may acquire the second ½ ticket/seat by contacting:, with your booking number, after making your initial online purchase.
  • Infants up to 24 months old can be considered a lap-child and should be added to the parent’s weight (Surcharge is in effect).  On their 2nd birthday, the child is required by the FAA to have a seat and will be charged accordingly.  
  • All minors 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • All guests must be able to get in/out of helicopter with minimal assistance, as well as walk a minimum of 50 feet to/from helicopter.
  • No wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, canes, bags, or tablets allowed on flight.
  • Seating in the helicopter is determined by weight and balance, and is at the sole discretion of the Tour Operator.