Wilderness, Wildlife and Glacier Experience
Come with us safely into the wilderness and learn about our rich history and sightsee mountains, glaciers and wildlife. From early Native American inhabitance, game changing discovery of gold and interesting events that has shaped Anchorage into a beacon of northern adventure.
We make stops where all others drive past.
We depart daily at 11 am from downtown Anchorage and return at 4 pm. We drive south out of our city limits and into the greater wilderness areas of the Chugach State and National Forest. Expect to experience spectacular views along our coastal highway.
See scenic backdrops, icy-blue glaciers and walk alpine meadows Everyday we select hand-picked locations to make your experience the very best possible. Once there, feel free to participate in a free photo lesson, or relax and enjoy the prestine mountain air and glorious views.
Free Photo Lessons Whether a cellphone camera or digital camera, our approach will allow you to capture stunning memories with every click. This tour is boots-to-the-ground, however it is .
Award Winning Tour Only on this tour can see the, "Ring of Glaciers," touch fresh glacial water, walk alpine meadows and experience seasonal wildlife. PicTours Alaska is recognized as Top Thing to Do in Anchorage and Top Sightseeing tour by Tripadvisor.
As part of many locations we visit, access to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is included.
From Downtown Visit Information Center, 524 West 4th Ave. Majority of hotels offer courtesy shuttles to our departure location.
During Summer, May - September a second departure time is available at 5 pm.
We meet 10 minutes before each departure. Look for and meet by a large Blue Bear Statue behind our historical Log Cabin. Plan to arrive a few minutes early so you may sign-in.
How to Find Us
DEPARTURE LOCATION: Downtown Log Cabin at Anchorage Visitor Information Center
524 West 4th Avenue. Corner or 4th & F Street.