Twilight In Alaska

Twilight In Alaska

Alaska's biggest city Anchorage is one of the most amazing and unique cities. You will explore scenes you have never seen before, especially when we talk about twilight! Twilight view in Anchorage is never like in any other city, so on this trip, you will not only enjoy snow and winter, but an arranged tour to witness the one of a kind twilight scene!

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Anchorage (Alaska)

About the city

Anchorage is a consolidated city-county located in the South-central part of the State of Alaska, United States. It is more the city to the North of the country with more than 100,000 inhabitants. It is a coastal city that even having a lot of inhabitants and an important urban center, it has many tourist-centric nature, with activities such as fishing, returns on boat, etc. But the privilege that the city is that it has a ridge a few miles and many tourist activities also focus on guided tours of its mountains.

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Crowne Plaza Anchorage Midtown

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  • 109 w. international airport road anchorage, Anchorage 99518
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Anchorage Winter Twilight Photo Tour

day 2 - Anchorage Winter Twilight Photo Tour
From the F Street Shuttle Stop next to Log Cabin Visitor Information Center [or hotel pickup may be requested], this tour travels in a comfortable vehicle along the Cook Inlet Coast, Turnagain Arm and Glen Alps. The flexible itinerary allows for spontaneous wildlife viewing en route. Moose and Dall sheep are frequently sighted, along with the occasional lynx, great horned own and bald eagle. Depending on the time of season, locations visited include McHugh Creek: where you’ll take a short .5 mile (.8 km) hike to photograph this picturesque stream cascading down the mountainside and as winter progresses, intricately shaped rivulets of ice. Beluga Point: a scenic archaeological site jutting into Turnagain Arm and offering expansive views of the Chugach and Kenai Mountains, and ice flowing in and out on the Turnagain Arm tide. Glen Alps: located high in the Chugach Mountains where you'll photograph panoramic views overlooking the Anchorage bowl at sunset and alpenglows reflecting off the snow Chugach peaks. Lake Hood: the world's busiest small plane base. And, Airport Overlook: for views of Anchorage’s city skyline during the magical ‘blue hour’ of twilight.  
A local guide provides narrative on points of natural and historical significance along the way, as well as technical and creative photographic support. Snacks and water are offered on board the tour vehicle. State Park restrooms are available at several stops en route.
Please note: this itinerary is flexible and may change based on weather, wildlife and seasonal conditions. The tour is designed to capitalize on the best light and subjects of the evening, which in Alaska are constantly changing!

Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, you must contact the local service provider to verify your exact pickup time.

Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Not wheelchair accessible
Not recommended for child aged 8 and under
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
Drop off at Anchorage area hotels or other accommodations

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Twilight In Alaska
Twilight In Alaska