Go Aviation now offers Adirondack Heli Tours departing daily from the Adirondack Regional Airport! We have tours that fit every budget and schedule. Whether you're visiting the area or have lived here your whole life, you've never seen the Adirondacks like this. Check out our featured trips or click the link below to see all of our tour options. Our professional pilots will take you on a once in a lifetime experience that you're sure to never forget. Book online or by telephone at (888) 490-4585.
Located at Adirondack Regional Airport, Adirondack Heli Tours operates June 1st-October 13th from 9AM-Sunset.
All tours require a minimum of two passengers, single passengers please call for available seating.
Check out some of our most popular tour options below.
This 7 mile flight takes passengers over the Olympic Ski Jump towers and up to a height of 1000 feet. Experience a bird’s eye view of the historic village, lakefront properties, and surrounding mountains. The Adirondack High Peaks region and Mt. Marcy are the backdrop for this flight so be sure to bring your camera for some great photo opportunities. Headsets can be rented for $4 to communicate with each other and your pilot. The pilot will provide an informative narration of the flight.
Join us on our longest adventure as we seek to find some of the Adirondack Park’s most reclusive residents. On this tour passengers are given a chance to see moose, bear, whitetail deer, and other native wildlife first hand in their natural habitat. Depart Adirondack Regional Airport and head West towards Tupper Lake and the Raquette Boreal, flying low and slow over the Raquette River while keeping an eye out for antlers amongst the foliage. Check in with the black bears at some of our favorite blueberry patches, and then head northeast over the park towards Lyon Mountain in search of more wildlife. Enjoy endless views of the Raquette and St. Regis rivers as they flow north from their headwaters in the High Peaks to join the mighty St. Lawrence. After scanning the northern reaches of the park for wildlife, head back south towards the airport. Follow the Ausable River through Wilmington for views of Whiteface Mountain and the Sentinel Range before returning home.