Since 2009 over 11,000 guests from around the world have enjoyed an adventure with fully-licensed and insured 907 Tours.
We are Alaska owned and operated and are proud members of the Alaska Travel Industry Association and Visit Anchorage. Our team of friendly locals is excited to share this place we love with you!
Explore the wilderness of Alaska with a tour to the famous Matanuska Valley, and learn more about why glaciers are so fascinating and special!
What You’ll See and Do:
Travel the scenic Glenn Highway through the spectacular Matanuska Valley.
Spend 2.5 to 3 hours exploring the face of the Matanuska Glacier with an expert glacier guide.
Have amazing photo opportunities!
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any special requirements to participate in this tour?
You will be required to sign two liability releases – one for 907 Tours, one for the Matanuska Glacier Park. Parents of children under 18 will be required to complete a waiver for their child.
Is there are age requirement for the glacier hike?
Children must be 8 years of age to participate. A parent or guardian will need to sign the child’s liability release.
How long is the trip to the glacier?
Drive time to the glacier is 2-hours. We’ll make a brief rest stop about half way there.
Will there be a lunch stop?
After your glacier hike we will stop at a nearby rustic Alaskan lodge where you can purchase a variety of lunch and dessert items. Lunch is not included in the tour price.
How difficult is the hike?
You will be on the glacier approximately 2.5 to 3 hours and walk around 2 miles (3.2 km). The tour requires walking on a slippery uneven surface. The guides at the glacier will provide micro-spikes for more secure footing. These spikes stretch to fit over your boots. You will be walking and stopping to listen to the guides.
What’s the weather like? What should I wear?
Summer temperatures can range from 45 to 80 F (7 – 27 C). Dress in layers. Bring a light windbreaker or fleece jacket and a hat. Long pants rather than shorts are recommended. Always bring more layers than fewer. Remember sunglasses and sunscreen. There is plenty of room for back packs and you can always leave things in the van when you go out onto the ice.
What kind of shoes should I wear?
We recommend light hiking boots for maximum comfort. Tennis shoes/sneakers are also OK in summer. You will be outfitted with microspikes that slip over your shoes so no heels, please! Absolutely no flip flops or sandals.