ALL ALASKA HAS TO OFFER IN ONE GREAT TOUR
This is Bucket-List Worthy
9:00, 10:20, 11:40, 1:00, 2:20, 3:40, 5:00
This excursion lasts approximately 90 minutes. We ask you to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled departure; the 90 minutes does not include this check-in time. We advise blocking off approximately 2 hours for this tour.
$573 per adult. $543 per child. Children under 2 are complimentary but must ride on the lap of an adult.
Gear We Provide
We provide boots to go over your shoes if you wear US men’s size 12 or under. We also provide rain jackets if needed but advise packing your own for your trip to Alaska. If you have your own raincoat, we ask that you bring it.
What to Wear
Please wear sunglasses, sneakers, and dress in layers. We advise wearing a t-shirt followed by layers. The temperature on the glacier varies tremendously from about 35°F to 80°F due to the sun reflecting off the snow. You do not need any additional gear from what you should pack on your trip to Alaska.
We recommend booking your trip for the first day you are in Seward if you are here for multiple days. If not, make sure to book in the morning. May through mid-August we recommend early morning departures. August through September we recommend mid-morning to early afternoon departures.
If we cannot fly, there is a full refund. If you have the time, we will work to reschedule your tour.
We ask that all cancellations be made at least 48 hours in advance. Cancellations made within 48 hours of your scheduled departure will be fully charged.
WHAT SETS US APART?
Bigger isn’t always better. We are the smallest glacier dog sledding operation in the state of Alaska and pride ourselves on our high-quality hands-on tours that focus on providing one-on-one experiences. Glacier Dog Sledding is expensive and we want you to have the best experience possible.
All our guests get a window seat in the helicopter and an experience worth the price tag.