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Prince William Sound Flightseeing

2 Hours 30 Mins
From USD$492 per person
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(Tour Code: ANCRFS2) Departs Daily


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15 May - 01 Oct, 2020



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Soar above the blue crevassed face of a 3,000 ft.


thick glacier and view some of Alaska’s most rugged mountain peaks on this 2 - 1/2 to 3 hour Prince William Sound flightseeing tour from Anchorage with Rust’s Flying Service.

 This is our pilots’ favorite trip because the scenery is so varied and the changing weather conditions make every trip unique. Prince William Sound is a magnificent region with 15,000 square miles of fjords and inlets, scores of tidewater glaciers and rich in cold water marine life habitat.

Flight Pattern: Depart from Lake Hood, the world’s largest and busiest floatplane base, and fly east over the Chugach Mountain Range, “hanging” glaciers and alpine valleys into another world: Prince William Sound.