FLY. LAND. EXPLORE.

Sky trekking is a great way to get a bird’s eye view of some of the prettiest spots in Alaska.

For decades bush pilots in Alaska have been flying guests to the far reaches of Alaska. Fortunately, these days many of the sweetest spots in Alaska have comfortable lodges. Let us suggest Alaska sky trekking itineraries, based on your interests, which will maximize your time in the area.

We will arrange for your flights and accommodations in the surrounding parks. From Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, you can take a two-hour flight sight-seeing tour over Denali and to the north side of Denali National Park. Or, to the south of the lodge, a two-hour flight will find you in Katmai National Park, home to the most iconic bear viewing in the world. Fly out for just the day or stay at some of Alaska’s historic Lodges in the Illiamna area. Sky trekking trips are custom in nature and require planning that our experienced staff is happy to assist with.

You can choose to take a 2 hour flight to the historic Sheldon Chalet. This property is in the middle of the Denali National Park and our guests have permission to land by helicopter on the front landing deck! You will not believe your eyes with the amazing views of Denali and the park that surround you.

Another closer option for sky trekking is a one hour flight to the south to Lake Clark National Park & Preserve. This area offer great bear viewing and fishing. It’s a great combo day: fishing whilst enjoying the bears. The experience is not something you will soon forget.

Sky Trekking trips are custom in nature and require advanced planning that our experienced staff is happy to assist with. See Dates & Reservations and Book Your Alaskan Adventure!

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