A good plan for how to prepare for your helicopter tour is to dress for the weather that day and add an extra layer for warmth.
In spring, summer, and fall, layers are important. Wear a long-sleeved shirt, sweater, and perhaps bring a jacket. Sturdy, closed-toe shoes are key, like sneakers or hiking shoes. Please, no high-heels or sandals.
In winter, temperatures outside can be very cold and there could be deep snow on the glacier. Please wear warm layers, snow boots, snow pants and a warm coat or down jacket, and bring warm gloves and a hat.
For summer dogsledding tours we outfit you with water-resistant outer layers to go on top of your clothes and glacier overboots to go over your shoes.
On scenic flights that include a glacier landing, our pilots will provide you with ice cleats.