Travel the scenic Seward Highway along Turnagain Arm to Portage Valley. Take a scenic tram to the top of a mountain and view Alaska’s iconic animals up close or hike on scenic winter trails. The choice is yours!
- Services of a professional local Alaskan guide
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Entrance to Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
- Customized itinerary of stops and activities to suit your group’s interests
- Snacks and bottled water
- $995 per group of 1-12 + $30 per person
Alyeska Scenic Tram
The Alyeska Scenic Tram takes you 2,300 ft in elevation to the top of Mt. Alyeska.
- Admission – $38
- Add Lunch to Alyeska Scenic Tram – $20
From Anchorage, we’ll travel along the scenic Seward Highway. One of only 13 highways in the US with the distinction of “All American Road”. Along the way we will have great opportunities to view and photograph wildlife and scenic vistas. First we stop at the beautiful Hotel Alyeska and the ski town of Girdwood. Take an optional scenic tram to the top of Mt Alyeska for lunch with a view. Next stop is stunning Portage Valley, home to hanging glaciers, beautiful waterfalls, and Portage Lake. And finally, a stop in at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife. The AWCC takes in injured and orphaned animals year-round, providing spacious enclosures and quality animal care. Here you can view and photograph up close Alaska’s iconic animals that are unable to be released into the wild. Afterwards, head back to Anchorage and enjoy a narrated city tour including all the best dining places.