I think it′s pretty obvious that I like glaciers, hence the name, "Blue Ice Aviation". One of the greatest joys in my life is exposing people to wilderness glacial terrain with my Super Cub.
After the plane has landed on the ice, and the engine rumbles to a stop, the silence is striking. When you crawl out of the Cub, the only thing you hear is the crunch of ice underfoot, and the cold glacial streams trickling downhill. You will feel the cool glacial breeze against your face, and smell the fresh mountain air, and you will feel alive. Most of my clients step out of the plane and then just stand there trying to believe that they are standing on a glacier 100 miles from nowhere. There is nothing like the "feeling" of the wilderness, especially for those who spend their lives in the hustle of the city. In one hour I can expose you to an Alaska that few have experienced. It′s one thing to see a glacier from a cruise ship, or drive by a glacier on the road, or walk on a glacier with hundreds of other tourists on a well-beaten path. It is utterly unique, and life changing to experience a glacier on a personal tour with Blue Ice Aviation. Get off the beaten path and get into the Alaskan wilderness.
Glacier biking. Sure it is a little dangerous, but so is driving a car, only this is lots more fun. If you have ever ridden Moab, Utah, the glacier is strikingly similar. From the air I am able to find miles of smooth ice with large natural half pipes and a variety of great terrain including streams, ridges, drops, and big air potential. Studded tires are only necessary on cold and/or rainy days. On a hot summer day the traction is great. Check out my You Tube video.
COST: Bike for as many days as you want for just $460 per person. This includes the flight in and out. And bring a helmet.