Use our mountaineering crampons to literally “walk on water” as you hike the glacier with a professional guide that’s out there every day.
Our Ice Fall Trek features close-up views of the best accessible features of the glacier including crevasses, seracs and unique ice formations, as well as a high point with views of the beautiful ice fall.
Glacier hiking is for virtually everyone! With proper equipment and an experienced guide, explore the hidden treasures of the Matanuska Glacier.
What to Expect
3 hours of Matanuska Glacier trekking
Guide narration of exciting glacial features and stunning views from a high point in the ice fall
Instruction on proper crampon walking techniques (crampons and helmets provided by MICA Guides)
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What to Bring
For the Ice Fall Trek we require you to have:
A backpack with room for gear, if you don’t have one we have some available for you to use!
Hiking boots that come over the back of your ankle, if you don’t own a pair we have some available for your use!
Our recommendations on clothing and gear:
Quick dry clothing (not cotton/jeans) usually a good pair of hiking pants works great, ski pants and jackets are not necessary
Rain gear, even if it isn’t raining
Tall synthetic or wool socks
Extra warm layers
Snacks and water or packed lunch
What NOTto bring:
“I’ve seen several glaciers from trains, buses and boats; but nothing compares to actually standing on one!”– SKIP C., NEW YORK, NY
“Just wanted to say that your service is THE ONLY smart way to see the glacier. Your guide Julie was just the perfect person for our group of diverse ages. We will definitely come back for ice climbing! ”– MIKE A., HOUSTON, TX
No experience needed. Minimum age: 8 years. (Consider a Private Trek, with a minimum age of 6).
*Our Ice Fall Trek fee does not include the Glacier Park Access Fee, which must be paid upon Check In at the MICA Base. The current fee is $25 per person but is subject to change; we have no control over this access fee.*