Denali Summit Flight (from Denali)

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Tour Summary

  • Fly from Healy and wonder at the vast and remote land below. 
  • Experience the majestic Alaska Mountain Range.
  • Climb to nearly 21,000 feet in an oxygen-equipped aircraft for a dramatic view of Denali's summit when weather allows.
  • Thrill at the excitement of witnessing firsthand Denali, North America's tallest mountain, by air from a unique perspective - eye level!

We leave with the same intent as the climbers -- to reach the summit! Weather, winds and visibility will dictate our final route and success.  We will only go when it is safe to go and we know we are able to share Denali National Park with our guests - but final altitude and what part of Denali we see will vary.  The use of oxygen does provide us a few more options to safely try.

We will be flying in a non-pressurized plane using supplemental oxygen.  Guests with closed sinuses or who cannot use supplemental oxygen should not take this flight.

The Ultimate Denali Experience!!

Tour Dates and Rates

May 15, 2024 - September 15, 2024

9:15 AM Departure

Days: Daily

Rate: $429

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Departs 9:00 am, 3:00 pm, or 8:30 pm; returns after 1 hour and 15 minutes flight.

MINIMUM Age:  10 years old

More information on the Denali Summit Flight can be found at

For visitors looking for an experience involving Denali, the tallest mountain on North America, we are able to offer a variety of Denali focused adventures departing from both Fairbanks and Healy, located 11 miles north of the Denali National Park entrance.

Visitors only traveling as far north as Denali National Park that are interested in an Arctic Circle experience should inquire about our Arctic Circle Air Adventures from Denali at (907)-474-8600.

For information on how to make a reservation, click on the link to our planning page. 

Flying in Denali | Denali Adventure

Denali, looking west toward Fish Creek, Thorofare Pass and Eielson Visitor Center

Michael Deyoung