Hatcher Pass Helicopter Adventure

Hatcher Pass Helicopter Adventure

Available: Mar – Nov

$495.00 per person (two person minimum)

Get ready to see Alaska like never before on the Hatcher Pass Helicopter Tour. This one-hour tour is perfect for anyone looking to get an up-close look at Alaska’s beautiful landscape. Whether it’s your first time in a helicopter or you’ve flown before, you’ll enjoy the ride and the unforgettable views. Join us and see what makes Alaska so special!

The Hatcher Pass Helicopter Tour provides a unique opportunity to explore Alaska’s landscape from above. In our comfortable helicopters, you’ll fly over some of the region’s most notable natural features, getting a bird’s-eye view that’s both different and exciting.

But this tour is not just about the flight; it’s also an opportunity to observe Alaska’s wildlife in their natural habitat. The Hatcher Pass area is home to animals like black bears, moose, dall sheep, and mountain goats. The tour’s aerial perspective offers a chance to see these creatures without disturbing them, adding an extra dimension to your Alaska experience. Whether you’re interested in photography, wildlife, or just the thrill of flying, the Hatcher Pass Helicopter Tour is a memorable way to see what Alaska has to offer.

Tour Details

This tour consists of a beautiful flight through the Talkeetna Mountains up through Dogsled Pass, around the bend to Archangel Valley, and onto the historical Independence Mine State Park. Taking off from our facility in a Heli Alaska Robinson R44. This tour offers views of jagged mountain peaks, the Little Susitna River, Summit Lake, and a view of the 1956 U.S. Air Force KB-29 wreckage on Bald Mountain Ridge. This flight consists of a 1-hour tour including a 20-minute ridgetop landing.

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What's Included

This tour includes a 1-hour Helicopter flight through the stunning Talkeetna mountains, followed by a 20-minute ridgetop landing. We also supply all necessary gear and equipment.

Tour Dates & Times

Departs Daily: 8am – 7pm hourly

Available: March – Nov (dependent on seasonal weather)

Ages: 4+ minors with a parent or legal guardian.


The tour is approximately 1 hour long, including a 20-minute ridgetop landing.

The cost is $495.00 per person, with a two-person minimum.

You’ll see jagged mountain peaks, the Little Susitna River, Summit Lake, and the 1956 U.S. Air Force KB-29 wreckage, along with possible wildlife sightings.

The tour utilizes Heli Alaska Robinson R44 helicopters, known for their comfort and safety.

Please contact us directly for specific information on age and weight requirements.

Safety is our priority, and tours may be rescheduled due to adverse weather conditions. Our experienced pilots often find that overcast days can offer stunning views as well.

Dress in layers appropriate for the weather, and wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes.

 Customized private tours may be available. Please contact us to discuss your needs.

It’s recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time.

For safety reasons, some items might be restricted. Please contact us ahead of time if you have specific questions about what you can bring.

Additional Information

Planning your Hatcher Pass Helicopter Tour involves knowing the lay of the land and what to expect. Check the local weather forecast to ensure optimal flying conditions. Don’t miss the chance to explore nearby attractions like Independence Mine State Historical Park. Prepare for a breathtaking journey that offers a unique perspective on Alaska’s scenic wonders.

Your adventure doesn’t have to stop with the helicopter tour. Explore the beauty of the Talkeetna Mountains, delve into the history at the Independence Mine State Park, or hike to the 1956 U.S. Air Force KB-29 wreckage. Stay informed with real-time updates from Alaska’s Department of Natural Resources for a safe and enjoyable experience. Pair your flight with a trek through Archangel Valley or a visit to Summit Lake for a fully immersive Alaskan adventure. With the right planning and these resources at hand, you’re set for an unforgettable experience in Alaska’s majestic landscapes.