Glamping Near Matanuska Glacier

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MICA Guides

Leave the car behind and come explore the spectacular Matanuska Glacier on foot with our professional guides. Whether its our signature Ice Fall Trek, the unique opportunity to soar above blue pools on a Helicopter Adventure, or reaching new heights while Ice Climbing, you’ll be in good hands with the best guided tours in Glacier View, Alaska!

  • Late May – Early September
  • Matanuska Glacier

Alpenglow Luxury Camping offers authentic Alaskan comfort and seclusion, conveniently tucked away just down the path from MICA Guides Base and overlooking the Matanuska Glacier.  Spend your day adventuring then relax for the evening without having to get back into your car to find lodging. Come stay on our off-grid homestead and feel like a local.

What to Expect

  • After your adventure-filled day of ice climbing, trekking, or zip lining, sit back and relax around the campfire and enjoy the evening soaking in our handmade cedar hot tub with stunning views of the Matanuska Glacier and surrounding peaks. Start your next day with a complimentary breakfast including fresh baked muffins, fruit, eggs, and locally roasted french press coffee. Alpenglow is completely off-grid with solar power. Our sustainable practices from power to biodegradable soaps to native plants makes sure the experience you have will be had by many more to come.

Tour Details

Alpenglow Luxury Camping is perfect for a party of two, with tents that accommodate a pair comfortably. Upon request we can accommodate up to three people in a Deluxe Tent with an additional charge of $30 for the third person. Please select number of people when checking out to make sure we have the third person in your reservation.

Our traditional-style canvas tents are set on a permanent cedar floor with a covered porch, and include plenty of blankets with a down comforter to keep you cozy at night. Two Adirondack chairs allow you to enjoy the spacious deck and beautiful views of the surrounding area.

Our tents do not have electricity, but you are welcome to charge electronics in our common area, just a short walk down the path from your tent. In addition to our covered common area, this area includes a lush green lawn and campfire area. Nestled in nearby trees are the hot showers and cedar hot tub with great views of the nearby peaks.

Our cute and tidy outhouse is just a short walk from the tent. Flushing toilets are also available for use just two minutes up the path.

Minimum age of 8 years old. Children must be 12 years or older to sleep in a tent without an adult.

No pets or guest cooking allowed.

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  • Bed with linens, blankets, down comforter, and pillows
  • Two Adirondack chairs on the covered porch
  • Screened-in doors and windows
  • Access to the cedar hot tub in the evening from 7:30 to 10 pm
  • Enclosed outdoor showers near the hot tub
  • Common area with fire ring, tables, chairs, games, hot drinks and a place to charge electronics
  • Free parking a short walk from the tent
  • Two-minute walk to flushing toilets, espresso stand, and MICA Guides check in area
  • AT&T LTE coverage at the tent and common area and free Wifi at the MICA Mocha stand just a two minute walk away
  • Fresh Alaskan roasted coffee and freshly baked goods in the morning included with your stay
  • All tents are non smoking

*Guests are NOT allowed to cook meals. Snacks and lunches OK at designated areas.*

Deluxe Tents

Each of our Deluxe Tents come with a queen and twin bed. Located on a small hill with extravagant views of the valley. A short walk down to the common area, fire pit, hot tub, showers, and outhouse. Two minute walk to flushing toilets at the MICA Guides parking lot. Complementary Breakfast 



  • 12′ x 14′ canvas tent on cedar deck
  • Queen and twin bed with all of the linens, warm blankets, and big down comforter
  • Accommodate third person upon request
  • Private covered deck with two Adirondack chairs
  • Views of the glacier and mountains
  • Shared showers, and outhouse short walk away
  • Complementary breakfast
  • From $132 when booking a MICA glacier adventure

Forest Tents

New for 2020. Each of our Forest Tents come with a queen bed. Nestled into our beautiful forest with views of the woodland. Short walk over to the common area, fire pit, hot tub, showers, and outhouse. Two minute walk to flushing toilets at the MICA Guides parking lot. Complementary Breakfast 



  • 10′ x 12′ canvas tent on cedar deck
  • Queen bed with all of the linens, warm blankets, and big down comforter
  • Private covered deck with two Adirondack chairs
  • 360 degree views of our beautiful forest
  • Shared showers, and outhouse short walk away
  • Complementary breakfast
  • From $109 when booking a MICA glacier adventure

Please see tabs below for more details on the tent and property.

We are partnered with Exposure Alaska and have dates blocked for Forest Tents for potential trips. If you see a date blocked that you would like to stay, please email to be put on a waiting list. We open these dates a month out for Alpenglow guests to book when trips don’t fill.

Where do I check in?

Check in is located at the MICA Guides blue yurt near the highway. There you will be greeted and shown the property. Check in is from 3 pm to 10pm. Sorry but we will not check in guests that arrive later than 10pm. Check out is at 10 am.

What is your cancellation policy at Alpenglow Luxury Camping?

The full balance of your reservation is due at the time of booking. Should you shorten the length of your reservation within 7 days of arrival or choose an early departure during your stay, you will be responsible for the entire time reserved.

Do you allow children at Alpenglow Luxury Camping?

Children 8 years and older are permitted. Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult in the tents. In no cases can we accommodate children under 8 years.

Can I cook food for myself at Alpenglow Luxury Camping?

No. We are not a campground and do not have areas for guests to cook food. For health codes we cannot allow guests to cook meals in the kitchen or use the grill. Lunches, snacks and food that does not require being heated up are OK in designated areas. There is a list of recommended restaurants in the area that can be found on the MICA Guides website. Food is NOT allowed in tents and must be stored in cars when not being used.

What do we need to bring for our stay at Alpenglow Luxury Camping?

Warm jacket, rain jacket, swimsuit and personal toiletries. We have soap for hand washing and showers. All of your linens and towels are provided. Since we use a solar energy system, please do not plan to use hair dryers.

What temperatures are we to expect at Alpenglow Luxury Camping?

The temperature at Alpenglow Luxury Camping is between 40 and 70°F. The early and late seasons can bring colder temperatures at night, but warm up during the day.

Are your canvas tents heated?

No. The tents are not equipped with heaters, but we do provide warm blankets and a 750 fill down comforter to make sure you stay warm at night.

Are there showers?

Yes! We have enclosed outdoor hot showers next to the hot tub with wash cloths, soap, and towels. We ask guests to wash before entering the tub.

Is there wildlife in the area?

Yes, we are in Alaska and part of the allure is the wilderness setting, but with strict guidelines and respect for the animals we don’t have an issue sharing the space. We are very strict with trash and food on our property to maintain a healthy relationship with our local wildlife. Bear sightings are VERY rare but we do have a lot of moose on the property and they tend to use our trails. We ask guests to keep their distance from moose and eyes open while walking around.