UNFORGETTABLE GLACIER & WILDLIFE DAY TOURS FROM ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
MAY 15, 2017 - Sept 18, 2017
All tours include admissions. Please be advised that 907 Tours does not pick up at B&B’s unless located in the downtown core area.
Feel the heart of Alaska with 907 Tours through the warm, knowledgable hospitality of Susan and John Fouse, the owner/operators. Over 7500 of our satisfied guests have marveled at the scenery of the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet, one of the most beautiful places in the world, the bustling of Alaska’s biggest city, and the raw magnificence of the Matanuska Valley.
The ever-changing nature of Alaskan landscapes is its charm, gorgeous in any weather.
Being in Alaska is an adventure every day! We want you to experience authentic Alaska.
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Valinda & Tom Orlando, FL
...the experience like none other...It was an incredible way to spend the one free day that I had in Alaska. Thank you for making it so very memorable.”
John impressed us with his enthusiasm & friendly nature. I recommend 907 Tours for anyone visiting Anchorage, Alaska.
Dr’s Arvind & Sonika G.
...not only did we receive a professional tour, we received a very personal tour from a person who loves Alaska. Susan, you touched my life in a way I will never forget.
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Your choice for an all-in-one Glacier & Wildlife Tour with added views high above the city in the Chugach Mountains.
Discover how close Alaska’s biggest city is to nature’s beautiful wilderness.
Sightsee down the world renown scenery of the Turnagain Arm along the Seward Highway, one of our nation's Scenic Byways into Portage Valley and the Chugach National Forest on this fully narrated tour. Travel beneath hanging glaciers before arriving at Portage Lake where you board the one-hour Portage Glacier Cruise right up to the face of the glacier. Enjoy lunch at a rustic Alaskan lodge where you can purchase a variety of delicious home-made soups, sandwiches and salads. Continue on to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Amidst 360 degree mountain terrain see and learn about our native animals. It’s a joy to watch the different species of Alaskan animals such as brown bear, black bear, moose, caribou, wolves, musk ox, lynx, and wood bison in this natural setting. On the way back to your hotel, enjoy a side trip to 2300 feet above Anchorage into the Chugach Mountains for spectacular panoramic views. Plenty of photo opportunities on this tour.
2 person minimum 7-8 hours - $199.00 10:30 am departure
Travel down the world renown scenery of the Turnagain Arm along the Seward Highway, one of our nation's Scenic Byways into Portage Valley and the Chugach National Forest on this fully narrated tour to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Amidst 360 degree mountain terrain see and learn about our native animals. It’s a joy to watch the different species of Alaskan animals such as brown bear, black bear, moose, caribou, wolves, musk ox, lynx, and wood bison in this natural setting. Plenty of photo opportunities.
2 person minimum 4 hours - $99.00 1:00 pm departure
Unique once-in-a-lifetime walk on the 10,000 year old ice. An authentic adventure.
Off the beaten path. On this guided day tour walk directly onto the Matanuska Glacier. You experience and learn about glacial features such as seracs, moulons and crevasses and will be surprised at how many different types of ice there are! Crampons, helmet, and trekking pole are provided. Wear long pants and hiking boots or sturdy shoes without big heels or tennis shoes will do. Bring along a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. It can be bright out there as the ice reflects the sun. Most important, don't forget your camera! This is an unparalleled, authentic activity. Drive time is two hours each way. The lunch stop is at a rustic Alaskan lodge where you can purchase a delicious variety of soups, sandwiches and salads.
2 person minimum 8 hours - $249.00 9:00 am departure This tour must be booked at least one day in advance.
First visit the Iditarod Headquarters in Wasilla to enjoy an informative movie and check out the race museum. Optional cart ride pulled by actual Iditarod dogs. After lunch available for purchase at a sandwich shop popular with the locals, embark upon the adventurous, scenic drive up Hatcher Pass. At elev. 3550', tour the Independence Gold Mine for a feel of how pioneering men and women lived and worked in a severe climate with no modern amenities. Return is through historic Palmer.
Independence Mine is open to visitors approximately June 20 - September 7, 2015 due to accessibility to the mine because of the snow conditions.
2 person minimum 6-7 hours - $169.00 10:30 am departure
This tour includes Ship Creek, where the city began, Earthquake Park the site commemorating the devastation of the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake, Lake Hood/Spenard float plane base, Air Crossroads of the World. We then take a drive to Potter Marsh where you have some time to walk and enjoy this wild bird refuge. The tour ends with a drive up into the mountain neighborhoods ending with a run through the University-Medical District.This tour is fully narrated by long time Alaskan residents, full of anecdotes of what it’s like to live in the far North.
4 person minimum for the tour to operate 2.5-3 hours $69.00 9:00 am departure
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