Desert Lakes Helicopter Flight

Take a helicopter flight and experience more of scenic Arizona than you may ever have imagined - and never leave a single mark on the fragile desert.  As you soar over pictorial and historic areas of the most beautiful desert in the world, our pilots will intrigue you with legendary tales of Arizona's past. With breath-taking aerial vistas, sometimes stretching over a hundred miles, we take you near ghost towns, Indian ruins, 1800's-era cavalry forts, outlaw hideouts and Indian and conquistador battlegrounds. Enjoy an "eagles eye" view of beautiful desert rivers, lakes, and cliffs.

See the majestic Superstition Mountains from the air!  This flight takes you along the western edge of the Superstitions, flying up Salt River Canyon. See Red Mountain, the Superstition Mountains, Weavers Needle, Salt River Canyon, Saguaro Lake, Canyon Lake, Four Peaks Mountain and the McDowell Mountains.

Duration:  40 Minutes

Departs:  Scottsdale Airpark

Cost: $600/solo adult; $350/adult for 2 or more guests; $280/children ages 2-9

  • Tax, airport usage fee & fuel surcharge included.

Season:  Tours are available year round; weather dependent

Skill level:  N/A

Notes:  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.  Tours are available for up to 3 passengers per flight.  For groups larger than 3, please inquire.  300 pound weight limit per person strictly enforced. 550 pound combined maximum weight per flight. Guests will be weighed at time of check-in.  Hat & sunscreen recommended.  Don't forget your camera!

Cancellation Policy:  All half and full day tours have a 72-hour cancelation policy.  If your plans change for any reason, please be sure to call at least 72 hours prior to the day of your tour to avoid charges.
 


Desert Lakes Helicopter Flight

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