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Exit Glacier Guides - Day Tours

Seward, AK 99664
+1 907-224-5569
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US$35.00*
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Exit Glacier Naturalist Hike
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US$350.00*
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Private Tour: Glacier Hike with Helicopter Ride
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US$395.00*
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Extended Length Helicopter Access Glacier Hiking
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We're excited that 2016 marks our 12th year guiding adventurous travelers onto Exit Glacier and into other amazing locales around Seward. Our company created guided glacier trips in Seward, and we've spent a decade honing our focus on safety and creating amazing client experiences. Our biggest asset is our amazing staff. We are a seasonal business that has been fortunate enough to have our experienced staff come back year after year, which is very rare for our industry. Hope to see you in Seward!
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Reviewed yesterday

We had a wonderful time going on the ice hike on Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park. Everything about the experience was well-organized--we could easily book online and fill out the waiver, the pickup location was simple to find in Seward, they do...More

Thank Jacinth S
Reviewed yesterday

I took six 15-year olds on the glacier hike with Exit Glacier Guides. The students loved the hike, and later reflected that it was their favorite part of their entire trip to Alaska. The guides were knowledgable and ensured that our group was safe. Although...More

Thank Corina R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Our party of four was expertly guided by Dakota and Josh on a moderately strenuous 2 hour hike up to Exit Glacier, where we then prepared for a 3 hour walk on the glacier. Having been provided, and fitted, with all of the necessary safety...More

Thank RLCROBERT
Reviewed 3 days ago

I didn't take a guided tour, but I used this company to shuttle me from Seward to the glacier. I took a longer hike than planned and missed the shuttle back by nearly half an hour. The company arranged to have me brought back with...More

Thank Robyn P
Reviewed 3 days ago

My husband is 62 and I am 54. We stay fit year round, training for half-marathons when it's warm and training for ski races when it's cold. I had no doubt that we could handle the hiking part of this tour but I wasn't sure...More

Thank WIHibiscus
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was a phenomenal experience for our family and we had a gorgeous sunny day. To be the only people in this area allowed us to experience the stunning beauty of the mountains, Bear Glacier and especially the floating icebergs. Guide Nate was informative and...More

Thank Carolyn H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

What a fantastic experience!! Henry and Jack were our tour guides, and they were great! They were friendly and full of information about the area. Stepping onto the surface of a glacier is an experience I can't even begin to explain. I feel so lucky...More

Thank atlb685
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

My boyfriend and I did the ice hike on Exit Glacier and had a great time! We had seen many glaciers from far away during our week-long trip and it was great to actually explore one up close and to learn more about them. The...More

Thank EmmaPageDC
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took the kayak tour to Bear Glacier. It was an incredible experience, we got to see incredible icebergs floating on the lake and some seals. We also saw a whale on our way to the glacier. The guides were very nice to us and...More

Thank aliciav33
Reviewed 1 week ago

My son and I went on this excursion during our stay in Seward. Started with a 2 mile hike up the Harding Ice Field Trail then we geared up and went out on Exit Glacier. Began the climb by scaling a 25 foot ice wall...More

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Ju C
Hi I am very interested in Exit Glacier hike tour since I read a lot about this exciting hike. But I am not sure how difficult it could be. I am a female and I am in my early 50's. I consider myself in a good shape (above average). I do regular yoga or power yoga and Zumba dance every week, but not a lot hiking. I am planing my trip to Alaska in August and wonder if I can handle this trip or not. Should I book this tour? Thanks,
12 July 2016|
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Response from Belmsy | Reviewed this property |
Sorry this is so late reply. I think you'd be fine! It's a little trek getting to the destination but they'll stop for you as needed. The actual climbing of the ice a little exerting but, your in good shape...you'll do fine... More
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dkorwood
Hernandez_mark...I could not get the private tab to work but... I looked at their website. What is the name of the tour you booked? Easy ? Difficult? 8 mile? Your trip looks great and I would like to pick the right one. Thanks
21 March 2016|
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Response from Jason W | Reviewed this property |
This was one of the highlights of our trip. We did just the ice hiking, which was like a 4 or 5 hour trip. I don't know the name of the trip, or the number of miles. The hike to the glacier wasn't easy, and was done at a... More
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LilyVonSchtupp
How physically fit do you have to be for the Exit Glacier hike (not the helicopter hike)? I am in my late 40s and have a history of back problems. I am able to do easy to moderate hikes at this point and am currently doing physical therapy for my back so hopefully I'll be in better shape in the Summer of 2017 when I am in Alaska. Also, I'm traveling with two teenagers who get very little physical activity.
25 January 2016|
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Response from Jason W | Reviewed this property |
I'm also in my late 40's, without back problems and in probably above average shape. It was a tough hike to get to the glacier. Once on the glacier, no problem. Our two teenagers, who play sports and are pretty active... More
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