Flora and Fauna Nature Walk in the Glen Alps
Duration: Up to 3 hours
- Take a nature walk in the spectacular Glen Alps of Chugach State Park.
- Hear a naturalist speak about boreal woods and glaciated valleys.
- Get a glimpse of nature such as mooses, bears, and birds.
Learn about Alaska's plant and wildlife populations while hiking through one of Chugach State Park's most picturesque alpine valleys!
The Glen Alps' flora and wildlife will inform you about an ecosystem that thrives just outside of Anchorage. Moose and bears give birth in the spring and mate in the autumn. They roam over the slopes and valleys in search of their preferred browse, making for excellent wildlife viewing and picture opportunities. During your tour, you'll travel through hemlock trees scarred by the Turnagain Arm's thrashing leeward winds. Wild geraniums, bluebells, and forget-me-nots, as well as blueberries and strange mushrooms, can be found along the trail.
- Tour guide
- Transportation from and to the meeting point
555 W 5thAve, Anchorage AK 99501, USA
At the Egan Center.
What to Remember
- The minimum age to take part in this activity is 6.
- This experience isn't recommended for those with cardiac or respiratory issues. It may be difficult for those with joint issues.
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.