Anchorage Alaska Day Tours, Winter Glaciers and Wildlife | 907 Tours Alaska




Sept, 20 2016 - May 15, 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. Thousands of 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 magnificence of the Matanuska Valley, or the bustling of our communities to the north.

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.

In March, come along with us to watch the mushers as they begin racing on the Iditarod Trail after leaving the re-start north of Willow.

Uniquely Alaskan!
From start to finish this was the best experience, from reservations to the actual tour it is better then five stars, it is 10 stars!
DF Vancouver, Canada
We came away with a lot more than beautiful photos. We went in the early morning in late February when the mountains, and everything else, were covered with snow. The sunrise reflected off the snowy mountains was jaw-droppingly beautiful.
RA Los Angeles, CA
I never fully felt like I was on an official tour but more like I was being led by a close family friend.
SS Toronto, Canada
Big is not better. Small, private, and flexible is a great option and these folks do it best.
PS Peoria, IL
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Glaciers - Wildlife - City

Best value for seeing the highlights in and around Anchorage, Alaska
On this fully narrated tour, learn about the history of Anchorage and life here as we know it. You visit the highlights of the city including downtown, Earthquake Park and Lake Hood/Spenard. Then, sightsee down the majestic Turnagain Arm along the Seward Highway. Finally, continue on to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to enjoy the native animals in a beautiful natural setting amidst 360 degree mountain terrain. If you’re really lucky the brown bears could be out. Plenty of photo opportunities on this tour.

5 hours - $149.00
12:00 pm
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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 you walk onto the unusual terrain of the Matanuska Glacier. You observe and learn about many glacial features such as seracs, moulons and crevasses. Don't forget your camera! This is an unparalleled, authentic activity. Drive time is two hours each way. After the tour, a lunch stop (not included in tour price) is at a rustic Alaskan lodge where you can purchase a 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.
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After you've seen and done the rest.
Sightsee down the Turnagain Arm on the Seward Highway, one of our nation's Scenic Byways, to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Amidst 360 degree mountain terrain see and learn about our native animals such as moose, caribou, musk ox, lynx, and wood bison in this natural setting. If you’re really lucky the brown bears could be out. Plenty of photo opportunities on this tour.

3-4 hours - $99.00
1:00 pm
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March 4, 2018

After you've experienced the start in downtown Anchorage.
Our day is full of adventure and fun away from the crowds. We take you beyond Willow Lake further up the road into the wilderness to the Iditarod Trail where you will be within feet of the mushers as they race towards Nome. We stay until the last musher leaves for Nome.
Indoor bathroom facilities are available.

10 hours - $135.00
10 am approximate departure
Capacity - 25 guests

In 2016 we are taking reservations on on first come first served basis. We will put the first 25 guests on a confirmed reservation list after which we will have a waiting list. On or about February 21 we will be contacting you for payment. This is the approximate time when, if necessary, a decision will be made by the Iditarod Committee to move the re-start to Fairbanks.

If payment is not made in 72 hours from this notification, you will lose your spot and we will move guests up from the waiting list.

If the re-start is moved to Fairbanks, the tour will be cancelled and an alternative offered to you.

Please send us your request by filling in the form on the Reserve box below. Please be sure to request Iditarod Re-Start.
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December 10, 2015 - April 10, 2016


Enjoy dog sledding in a back country setting
Enjoy the serenity of this backcountry wilderness as you slide across the snow.You may be surprised at how fast the dogs run! Denali, the highest mountain in North America, is visible on clear days. Drive north of Anchorage through Wasilla to Willow, AK, the area of the re-start of the Iditarod Sled Dog race where the dog sled ride is conducted. Lunch, not included in the price, is at rustic Eagle Quest Lodge. Warm meals are priced between $7 and $13.

Minimum 2 guests
1/2 hour $199.00
1 hour $249.00
Total tour time - 6 hours
Morning departure varies due to length of daylight.

This tour must be booked at least one day in advance.
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After you've seen and done the rest.
Tour to Wasilla, AK for a visit to the Iditarod Headquarters in Wasilla to enjoy an informative movie and check out the race museum (weekdays only) before embarking upon the adventurous, scenic drive up Hatcher Pass, a local haven for winter activities. Learn about the Independence Gold Mine (elev 3550 feet) 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.

5 hrs. $159.00
Departure 12:00 pm