View thousands of ocean inlets mark the glorious 2.3-million-acre landscape, as do glacial valleys, mountains and rainforest vegetation that stretches out to forever.
The Misty Fjords National Monument is a magical site to behold. Thousands of ocean inlets mark the glorious 2.3-million-acre landscape, as do glacial valleys, mountains and rainforest vegetation that stretches out to forever. Its remoteness makes it mostly accessible by water or air—the latter being the most thrilling mode of transportation and, incidentally, the one that you’ll take! This unforgettable flight in a DeHavilland Beaver floatplane covers a lot of sky and puts you face to face with the National Monument’s heaven-reaching cliff sides. This Misty Fjords sightseeing flight includes:
Overhead views of wildlife, mountainsides and a 1,000-foot waterfall
The granite walls stretch up to 3,000 feet and you’ll get right up close to take in their majesty. You’ll also be treated to a little breather. Mid-trip, the plane touches down on a fjord or alpine lake. There, you’ll step out onto the pontoon and be swept away by the scenery, fresh mountain air and glorious eagles soaring overhead.
Mike gave us a fantastic flight. Kudos to him. Very easy to talk to.
Berth II at the Ketchikan Visitor Bureau’s Rain Gauge (Ketchikan)