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 Photograph Alaska

For 2020 ICS has partnered with Rainbow Mountain Adventures to offer

4 seasons of Alaskan Highlight Photography Tours

Northern Lights and Winter Highlights

Spring Birding and Wildlife

Inside Passage

Bucket List

The tours will be led by Scott MacDonough, the founder of ICS and professional photographer. Whether you are an experienced photographer and just want to be in the right spot at the right time, an amateur that needs some photo advice, or just want to take your smart phone for a social media ride, these are experiences you will never forget and capture photos you’ll be excited to share!

*All imagery was captured by Scott in Alaska unless noted.


Northern Lights and Winter Highlights Photography Tour


Five tours between March 1 - April 7, 2020

Join us for a one week winter photographic dream experience covering highlights of Alaska’s interior led by ICS’s founder Scott MacDonough

  • Dog sledding at Denali

  • Snowshoeing into scenic valleys

  • Snowmobiling across mountain ranges

  • Exclusive nature presentations

  • Northern Lights

  • Hot Springs


 Spring Migratory Bird and Wildlife Tour


Four tours between May 3 - May 30, 2020

  • Photograph the millions of migratory birds that flock the shores of Alaska in the spring

  • Capture the resident birds and wildlife

  • Kayak the breathtaking fjords of Southeast Alaska


 Inside Passage Photography Tour

Four one week tours from June 14-July 11, 2020

Join us to capture the flourishing wildlife of the Inside Passage of Alaska

  • Fjords tours

  • Brown bears of Admiralty Island

  • Mind-boggling scenic hikes

  • Search for bears, moose, caribou, Dall sheep, mountain goats, bison, eagles and more!

  • experience the majesty of Glacier Bay National Park


Bucket List Tour of Alaska

Four Tours from Aug 2 - Sept 12

Join ICS for the adventures of a life time!

  • Brown Bears of Katmai National Park

  • Lake Clark National Park

  • Insider tour of Denali National Park

  • Bushplanes to the Arctic Cirle

  • Glaciers and polar bears