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Originally aired on the National Geographic Channel
Grumman Albatross Flyby trailing a plume of water
Taxiing downstream in Alexander Creek 30 miles southwest of Anchorage
Just over the edge of the terminus of the Colony Glacier
Yet another Colony Glacier clip
High country in the Chugach Range northeast of Anchorage
Dock hands loading propane tanks into a 206 for transport to a lodge on the Yentna River
Typical looking terrain in the northern part of Susitna River Valley, Yenlo Hills in the background
Colony Glacier fly by
Terrain seen on a Mt. McKinley tour
More mountain terrain
Flying down the Strandline Lake area over a finger of the Triumvirate Glacier on an approach to Beluga Lake
Low recon for landing in Prince William Sound
South side of Mt. Redoubt after climbout from Crescent Lake
A Rust's Flying Service Cessna 206 on a down-river takeoff, the Yentna River.
Airplane shadow shows briefly below on glacier ice
Surprise Glacier comes into view, Harriman Fjord, PWS
Fly by along the leading edge of the Colony Glacier near Anchorage
Look closely, Cessna 206 touching down on the lake from right to left
Step taxiing to the beach after landing
After takeoff from a relatively iceberg free area of Inner Lake George at the foot of the Colony Glacier
Beaver launching from the dock at Lake Hood, Rust's Flying Service
Frozen lake beneath the plane, a lower open lake then Cascade Bay and Eaglek Inlet, PWS, in the distance
With no load and no passengers, Rust's company policy allows takeoffs northwest from the Fish and Game Cove Lake Hood.
Scott Rocky, pilot for Rust's Flying Service, step taxis a DeHavilland Beaver after landing on the Hoholitna River
west of the Alaska Range.
On a Knik Glacier tour flying over the middle section of the Colony Glacier
Flying across the Alaska Range eastbound west of Lake Clark Pass
This young bear looks around for other bears before fishing for salmon
from this prime fishing location usually occupied by a much bigger bear.
A delicate left hand cups a camera from the co-pilot seat as we fly toward the terminus of Surprise Glacier
in Prince William Sound.
A Rust's Flying Service Cessna 206 taxis for a down-river takeoff on the Yentna.
A ski-equipped airplane has just taken off fom the top of the Ruth Glacier on Mt. McKinley, hard to see, but there.
Two Riversong Lodge fishing guides help turn a DeHavilland Beaver toward open water to taxi for takeoff.