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Anchorage Small Group City Highlights Tour

Product ID: 212556
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Explore stunning city views from atop the Chugach Mountains. This spectacular tour shows you Anchorage's storied past with the chance of spotting the famous Alaskan moose.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 9:00 AM
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Live tour guide
English

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Experience

Highlights
  • Go back in time to an age before modern conveniences
  • See where massive landslides liquified the ground
  • Enjoy incredible views of the Chugach Mountains
Full description
Meet your guide in downtown Anchorage before heading off to the historic Port of Anchorage and Ship Creek area. Learn about Anchorage's starting point and its colorful pioneer history. You will discover how this city got its name and how life was before the age of modern conveniences.

Head by Bootleggers Cove to Earthquake Park here you will discover the perils of living on the Pacific Ocean's "Ring of Fire." Observe where the ground once liquified and massive landslides covered the ground during the biggest earthquake in US History and second largest earthquake in the world. Next, be escorted to Lake Hood, an area famous for being the busiest seaplane base in the world, where you'll watch some of Alaska's greatest bush pilots splash land and then fly off into the nearby wilderness areas.

Enjoy the view of the Chugach Mountains, where Anchorage locals flock to enjoy stunning vistas and gorgeous sunsets, and you might be able to spot the famous Alaskan moose.
Includes
  • Two hour narrated tour
  • Snacks and bottled water
  • Entrance fees
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities

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Meeting point

This tour meets at the tour operator's office in downtown Anchorage (515 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501, US)

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From US$ 105.02 per person

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Wow A Tour

Product ID: 212556