Mt. McKinley & Denali Park Flightseeing Tour
This Alaska flightseeing tour is sure to be the highlight of your trip to Alaska. A flightseeing tour with Regal Air is the best way to see this Alaskan treasure. Our 3 hour flightseeing tour of McKinley departs Anchorage daily, and flies north into the majestic country of Denali.
Alaska Flightseeing Route: Mt. McKinley & Denali Park
As you head towards McKinley you will climb up and get spectacular views of Anchorage, the Chugach Mountains, and the scenic Alaska Range, the range that McKinley towers over.
Once in Denali National Park you will get once in a lifetime views of some of the world’s largest and most incredible glaciers, glacial ice falls (“waterfalls of ice”), sheer vertical cliffs, and other tremendous scenery. Fly over the remote mountain top glacier base camp were climbers begin their ascent of Mt. McKinley. And of course a view only Regal Air can deliver, the largest peak in North America, Mt McKinley – towering 20,320 feet over the Alaskan Wilderness.
After the journey around Mt. McKinley and through Denali National Park we will make a water landing on Chelatna Lake. This high mountain lake is tucked scenically into the McKinley foot hills. There, we will get out of the plane onto a beautiful sandy beach and stretch our legs after this epic flightseeing tour.
After taking in the fresh mountain air at Chelatna Lake we descend towards Anchorage along beautiful braided Alaskan Rivers spotting for wildlife. We will look for Moose, Grizzly Bears, Swans, and Eagles as we fly over the dense forests of the Susitna Valley. As the flightseeing tour comes to an end over the Cook Inlet, we will look for Beluga Whales as we fly into Lake Hood, the busiest seaplane base in the world.
Alaska Flightseeing with Regal Air at Mt. McKinley and Denali National Park is sure to be the experience of a lifetime!
Contact us today to book your Flightseeing Tour of Mt. McKinley and Denali National Park.
McKinley Flightseeing Details
Total Duration: 3 Hours
Cost: $405.00 per person
Dates of Operation: Year Round
Landing: Chelatna Lake (may not be available in early spring or late fall)
Seating: 5- 6 depending on Aircraft
McKinley Flightseeing Facts
- The summit of McKinley sits 20,320 feet above sea level
- The first summit of the mountain was on April 3, 1910
- The summit never rises above freezing temperature.
- The Wickersham Wall on the north face rises 15,000 feet and is one of the highest vertical inclines in the world.
- The youngest climber ever to summit was 12 years old, and the oldest was 71.
- The mountain’s coldest known ambient temperature was -77 degrees Fahrenheit and was recorded at 17,000 feet in 1988.