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All positions filled for the 2020 Summer Season.

Join our Crew and experience a beautiful part of Alaska. You might even make some friends and contacts that will lead you to adventures around the world!

Our community of outdoor enthusiasts work hard and play hard.  We believe in getting off of the couch and getting things done, professionally and personally.  From guiding climbs and treks on the glacier, to skiing in Colorado, to working in Antarctica, you will not only be signing up for a job, but joining one big, adventurous family.

Three great companies. One awesome crew.

We operate three companies based in Glacier View. While some positions may work more in one part of the operation than another, it’s all the same team that lives, works and plays together for the summer…and often beyond.

Check out the website links for a complete picture of each operation.

    • MICA Guides Day trips trekking and ice climbing on the Matanuska Glacier.
    • Exposure Alaska Multi-day, multi-sport adventures throughout South Central Alaska.
    • Glacier View Adventures The two longest, fastest ziplines around. And landing zone for the helicopter operation.

Quick Facts

  • Location: Glacier View, AK. About 60 miles east of Palmer on the Glenn Hwy.
  • Living Arrangements: Tent camping at our Base Camp overlooking the Matanuska Glacier.
  • Season: Mid-May through Mid-September. Some positions start June 1st.
  • Schedule: 8-10 hours per day. Average one day per week off.
  • Crew Size: 20-25 people.


Requirements for each position vary but all applicants must:

  • Have a legal right to work in the United States. Citizenship, residency or work visa.
    Sorry, we cannot sponsor your visa application.
  • Applicants must have a valid Driver’s License from a US State and a good driving record.


We have two types of positions:

  1. Professional positions require that you show up, and with a minimal amount of training, you’re ready to do your job.
  2. Internships are training positions, and we invest a lot of time and energy in that training.