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LeConte Glacier & "Little Norway" Tour

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Senior - 65 years of age or older
Youth - 12 years of age or younger
Military - Active/retired military and family

Escape to “Little Norway” on a LeConte Glacier tour in Alaska

*Please note: This tour has limited availability but may be booked with groups of 10 or more.

Explore the 12-mile-long LeConte Glacier fjord in one of our covered, heated boats, as your captain navigates through ice flows and massive icebergs on your way to LeConte Glacier. The indigenous Tlingit named this glacier “Thunder Glacier,” for the sound produced as this massive flow of ice moves under pressure.

a snow covered mountain

LeConte Glacier is North America’s southern-most tidewater glacier and is part of a massive ice field that stretches over 120 miles. It is an active, advancing glacier with frequent calving. View harbor seals with pups nestled on icebergs while bald eagles circle overhead in search of prey (May and June) and snow-covered peaks surround the bay at heights of 4,000+ feet, while spectacular waterfalls thunder down into the fjord below.

a group of people standing next to a body of water

Finish (or begin) with an exploration of Petersburg, Alaska’s “Little Norway.” The boat stops for approximately two hours to give our guests the opportunity to grab a bite to eat, shop, and explore this Norwegian founded fishing village.

a bridge over a body of water

Give us a call to discuss booking this all-day experience!