Following your 8:30 pick up we'll take a short, easy walk for a close-up and personal view of the magnificent Exit Glacier. As we leave the Seward area and tour north, we'll see the spectacular scenery of Moose Pass and Turnagain Pass. This area is well regarded for its dramatic alpine scenery and hanging glaciers.
After descending down to the shores of Cook Inlet, we'll visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, opened to the public in 1993. It is located on 140 acres at the southern edge of Turnagain Arm and the entrance to Portage Valley.
The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center provides wildlife education and awareness, and care and rehabilitation for Alaska's wildlife. Get close, safely observe and photograph some of Alaska's largest land animals, including moose, bison, elk, deer, caribou, bears, and musk ox. Our guests also enjoy seeing small mammals like lynx, and stunning birds of prey, such as bald and golden eagles.
For lunch, we'll visit the quaint town of Girdwood and our favorite Bake Shop. Bottomless soup, sourdough bread, beverages, and dessert are all on the menu. After lunch, get ready for the aerial tram ride up the longest double black diamond ski slope in North America.
From the top, you can view several glaciers and the farthest northern reaches of a temperate rainforest that stretches from here all the way south to Northern California. On select days our guests visit the Roundhouse Museum. This mountainside museum features a panoramic viewing deck for incredible views.
Included: Lunch. Entrance tickets.
Drop off Location Request: Please provide us with the name of the hotel you will be staying at in Anchorage. If you would like to be taken to the airport, please list the Airport as your location.
Duration: 8 hours (Transfer from Seward to Anchorage Hotel of Airport.)
- Lunch: Soup, local bread, dessert, a beverage
- Entrance tickets
Duration: 8-8.5 hours
- This tour meets outside of the cruise ship terminal area. Fully detailed instructions are included on your finalized ticket vouchers.
Is there any restriction on the amount of luggage per guest?
No, we do not have any restrictions for the amount of luggage.
Do you offer any discounts or promotions?
We offer the local wholesale rates for all of our tours because we feel that everyone should get the same lowest price possible regardless of how many excursions you book. No tricks, no gimmicks, no hidden fees.
Do you offer tours for large groups?
Definitely, arrangements of tours for groups or large families are possible. Please contact us with your group requirements.
Can multiple families book this tour and be together?
Yes! Multiple families may join the same tour as long as adequate space is available and the maximum is not exceeded.
What if my tour is cancelled due to bad weather?
All tours that cancel because of weather will be fully refunded with no fees or penalties.
Where do I meet the tour operator to be picked up for my excursion?
All tours pick-up either at your hotel unless otherwise noted. When you purchase your excursion, your ticket will be sent to you via email with detailed meeting instructions and emergency contact information. If you have any questions relating to a specific excursion, please contact the tour operator listed on your ticket.
Does the tour include transportation?
Yes. All tours pick up from your hotel and include round-trip transportation unless otherwise specified for the specific tour.
What if I am unable to print my ticket before I arrive in port?
All reservations are saved under the name you purchased your excursions and are kept on file with your tour operator. Having your tickets in-hand is the optimal choice to avoid confusion because the directions and meeting instructions are included. Please contact us if you are unable to print the tickets.
May 2022 - Douglas M.
Josh met us on time and from the get go, he was showing off the beauty of Alaska. Very knowledgeable and injected information about history that made the tour even better.
Aug 2019 - Karla S.
It was a good way to end our Alaska vacation. Tiffany was terrific. The tour would have been even better, if it weren't for the fires. We didn't get to visit the glacier and our visibility was limited when we rode the tram at Alyeska. I am so glad we did this, rather than tour Anchorage.
Jun 2019 - Sue A.
The excursion was great. We were able to see a lot of different things. Our guide was fantastic he told us so much about the area.
Jun 2019 - Roz D.
This was an amazing tour, wildlife park was terrific and our guide was very informative.
Aug 2018 - Gail P.
This day was full of great sights to see including salmon swimming upstream, the views from the Aleyeska Tram ride were amazing and the lunch stop was delicious. The stop at the Wildlife Preserve was another treat - to see all the animals in their natural setting. A great way to see all the sights from Seward to Anchorage.
Aug 2018 - Stephen L.
Great way to end our Alaska Cruise vacation! Heather did an outstanding job of sharing her knowledge of the area and history during our tour.
Jul 2018 - Craig B.
Tiffany was so personable. We were the only ones on the van and she was a sweetheart. We couldn't ask for anything better. Extremely knowledgeable. When we were at the wildlife refuge center, she would be talking to us but all the other tourists would gather around because she was so informed on all of the animals, their names, how old they were, how long they had been there. It was one of our best tours ever!!!!!!!!
Aug 2017 - Kristi D.
Highly recommended for the trip from Seward to Anchorage. The tour was top notch. All we were looking for was transportation but we got so much more. Terrific tour guide!!
Jul 2017 - Graeme F.
extremely grateful we got the tour as there were only two of us. Guide - Kevin was an excellent driver and a very knowledgeable, interesting, and pleasant host. A fantastic journey from Seward to Anchorage. THANK YOU