Helicopter Mushing

Glacier Dog Sledding in Seward, Alaska

Take off in one of our helicopters and find yourself landing at dog camp atop an ancient glacier. A team of sled dogs anxiously awaits to pull you across perfect white snow. Dog sled tours on Godwin Glacier are some of the most fun you can have in Alaska! After your sled ride, cuddle our lovable puppies, take pictures of the beautiful Alaskan scenery, and talk with your Alaskan musher about his best trail stories. We have all the gear and equipment you’ll need for your Alaskan dog sledding experience, you just need to bring your camera. This is a 1.5 hour tour that includes 15 minutes of flight seeing and an unforgettable dog sled ride. It has a low activity level, making it ideal for all ages. $449* per person plus taxes and 3% fuel surcharge. This trip is run Mid-May through the Beginning of September and leaves from the Seward Airport, located at 2210 Airport Road Seward, AK 99664.



What should I wear?

Please dress in layers and bring sunglasses. We provide overboots to go over your shoes or hiking gears for sizes small through XL. Please note that at this time we do not carry children’s sizes. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Is Weather an Issue?

The weather sometimes does prevent us from flying. In this event, a full refund is issued.

I have never been in a Helicopter. What do I need to know?

On the day of your trip, we will give you a helicopter safety briefing to familiarize you with the helicopter.

Will Travis or Sarah be my guide?

Unfortunately, Travis and Sarah spend most of their time at the kennel. However, their guides are top of the line mushers who are not only familiar with the dogs, racing, and Alaska, but most are in preparation for Iditarod and a life of racing and living with sled dogs.