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Seward to Skilak - Backcountry Adventure Day Trip

Seward to Skilak - Backcountry Adventure Day Trip - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$379.00

From Seward, enjoy a beautiful driving tour out to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge followed by boating on Skilak Lake, one of the largest glacial-carved lakes on the Kenai Peninsula, combined with magnificent hiking opportunities in a true backcountry environment. A trip of a lifetime!

Enjoy a complimentary pickup from Seward and begin a beautiful 2-hour scenic van tour to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge ... More info ›

From Seward, enjoy a beautiful driving tour out to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge followed by boating on Skilak Lake, one of the largest glacial-carved lakes on the Kenai Peninsula, combined with magnificent hiking opportunities in a true backcountry environment. A trip of a lifetime!

Enjoy a complimentary pickup from Seward and begin a beautiful 2-hour scenic van tour to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Your destination is Skilak Lake, a massive, glacier-carved lake, with sparkling turquoise-colored waters. Before boarding the boat, take part in a short safety briefing. Then, you’ll be ready for your scenic boat tour around Skilak Lake while searching for wildlife and panoramic views that are absolutely breathtaking! 

Departing from Seward, you'll first head to Skilak Lake located within the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge to take in the stunning views of this serene, backcountry location. Your professional captain and wilderness guide will provide expert commentary along the way.

Within a few short hours from Seward, you’ll be in a real, Alaska backcountry environment.  Be sure to keep an eye out for bald eagles, and bears! 

After exploring the lake and surrounding shore, enjoy the 2-hour road trip back to Seward, with scenic stops along the way to take pictures and stretch your legs. While on the road, look for wildlife and one of many amazing vistas of the Kenai and Chugach Mountains, and surrounding rivers and lakes. 

For those of you looking for a more vigorous, active experience, we offer a guided hiking tour up to the top of a mountain, accessed only by boat or plane. The views at the top of mountain stretch for hundreds of miles.

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Seward Wilderness Hiking

Seward Wilderness Hiking - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$108.00

Take a stroll through the Alaskan wilderness on this refreshing hike in one of our many superb hiking locations near the quaint town of Seward, Alaska. As you follow your guide on one of the many trails we guide in this area, learn about local history and the lush nature of the area, and savor pristine views of glaciers, mountains, bays, lakes, and alpine tundra.

Take a stroll through the Alaskan wilderness on this refreshing hike in one of our many superb hiking locations near the quaint town of Seward, Alaska. As you follow your guide on one of the many trails we guide in this area, learn about local history and the lush nature of the area, and savor pristine views of glaciers, mountains, bays, lakes, and alpine tundra.

Your guide takes you out on trails tailored to your group’s difficulty preferences that showcases the gorgeous nature of the diverse environment. You can get the chance to skirt above the tree line for breathtaking views of the Harding Icefield, glaciers, Resurrection Bay, pristine lakes, and the emerald forests of Kenai Fjords National Park.

As you hike, learn about the local history and wildlife of the area ... More info ›

Take a stroll through the Alaskan wilderness on this refreshing hike in one of our many superb hiking locations near the quaint town of Seward, Alaska. As you follow your guide on one of the many trails we guide in this area, learn about local history and the lush nature of the area, and savor pristine views of glaciers, mountains, bays, lakes, and alpine tundra.

Take a stroll through the Alaskan wilderness on this refreshing hike in one of our many superb hiking locations near the quaint town of Seward, Alaska. As you follow your guide on one of the many trails we guide in this area, learn about local history and the lush nature of the area, and savor pristine views of glaciers, mountains, bays, lakes, and alpine tundra.

Your guide takes you out on trails tailored to your group’s difficulty preferences that showcases the gorgeous nature of the diverse environment. You can get the chance to skirt above the tree line for breathtaking views of the Harding Icefield, glaciers, Resurrection Bay, pristine lakes, and the emerald forests of Kenai Fjords National Park.

As you hike, learn about the local history and wildlife of the area. The area is home to a number of large animals, including brown and black bears, Alaskan moose, lynx, and a vast array of sealife. During a stop for a satisfying picnic lunch surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, you can ask your guide about the wildlife, fish, and aquatic species that make the place a popular destination for travelers from all over the world.

Seward Wilderness Hiking Locations

  • Exit Glacier
  • Harding Icefield
  • Coastal Explorer
  • Enchanted Forest
  • Tonsina Creek
  • Caines Head
  • Mount Marathon Race Trail & Bowl

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Harding Icefield Hiking Adventure

Harding Icefield Hiking Adventure - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$117.00

Enjoy a rigorous hike in the beautiful Kenai Fjords National Park. Starting on the valley floor, the trail winds through cottonwood and alder forests, passes though heather filled meadows and ultimately climbs well above tree line to a breath-taking view of the Harding Icefield.

The 8.2-mile round trip Harding Icefield Trail is a spectacular day hike. Starting on the valley floor, the trail winds through cottonwood and alder forests, passes though heather filled meadows and ultimately climbs well above tree line to a breath-taking view of the Harding Icefield ... More info ›

Enjoy a rigorous hike in the beautiful Kenai Fjords National Park. Starting on the valley floor, the trail winds through cottonwood and alder forests, passes though heather filled meadows and ultimately climbs well above tree line to a breath-taking view of the Harding Icefield.

The 8.2-mile round trip Harding Icefield Trail is a spectacular day hike. Starting on the valley floor, the trail winds through cottonwood and alder forests, passes though heather filled meadows and ultimately climbs well above tree line to a breath-taking view of the Harding Icefield. The top of the trail is a window to past ice ages – a horizon of ice and snow that stretches as far as the eye can see, broken only by an occasional nunatak, or lonely peak.

This adventure is strenuous! You’ll gain approximately 1,000 feet of elevation with every mile. We allow at least 6-8 hours for the hike. The view from the top is well worth the effort, and an absolutely amazing experience  to see the wonders of this area!

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Packrafting on Kenai River

Packrafting on Kenai River - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$299.00

Learn to packraft in the Alaskan wilderness on an exhilarating instructional-based packrafting adventure in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula! Daily departures from Seward, AK!

Your trip begins in Seward when your guide picks you up from your place of lodging, and you embark on the beautiful drive to the headwaters of the Kenai River. On the edge of Kenai Lake, your KBA guide will show you how to inflate your packraft and instructs you on the basics of paddling a packraft and boating safety ... More info ›

Learn to packraft in the Alaskan wilderness on an exhilarating instructional-based packrafting adventure in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula! Daily departures from Seward, AK!

Your trip begins in Seward when your guide picks you up from your place of lodging, and you embark on the beautiful drive to the headwaters of the Kenai River. On the edge of Kenai Lake, your KBA guide will show you how to inflate your packraft and instructs you on the basics of paddling a packraft and boating safety. With expert Packrafting instruction, you’ll spend 1-2 hours learning Packrafting skills and techniques on the lake. This will provide you time to get the feel for the packraft and offers opportunities to learn paddling techniques while taking in the breathtaking landscape.

Once everyone has paddled around for a while and feels comfortable in the packraft we break for a shoreside lunch. After lunch and a little more instruction you begin your journey down a 7 mile stretch of the mighty Kenai River. The river starts off nice and smooth, but with a swiftness that will quickly garner your attention and respect. The river is mostly class I-II, to II+ depending on water levels.

The majority of your time consists of packrafting and we may have time to practice advanced maneuvers, and re-run a few rapid sections. You may have tremendous wildlife sightings on this trip, so you’ll get every chance to pull over and snap photos. We finish the trip with a nice, scenic river float to the take-out, followed by some hoots and hollers and high-fives! 

You'll enjoy the scenic ride back to Seward and be dropped off at your lodging accommodations, train depot, or cruise ship port depending on your travel arrangements. This is an all encompassing, epic Alaska packrafting adventure on one of the most scenic river sections in this part of Alaska. Book now!

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Aialik or Northwestern Fjords Glacier Kayaking Explorer

Aialik or Northwestern Fjords Glacier Kayaking Explorer - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 9 to 10 hrs
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$400.00

Paddle in the best fjord for the day, every day. This trip is run on our exclusive, brand-new, custom built catamaran ... More info ›

Paddle in the best fjord for the day, every day. This trip is run on our exclusive, brand-new, custom built catamaran. Having a boat to ourselves allows our captain to choose the best spot for kayaking every day, whether that is Aialik Bay or Northwestern Fjords. We'll take into account wildlife reports, glacier viewings, and weather as we choose where we are kayaking for the day.

This captain's choice full-day tour has it all; iceberg-filled fjords, stunning scenery, magnificent alpine and tidewater glaciers, towering waterfalls and world-class wildlife. We firmly believe that this is the best kayaking day trip offered in the fjords out of Seward.

You meet us at the Liquid Adventures office at 7:00 the morning of your trip and get geared up for your adventure. The scenic ride to Kenai Fjords National Park is about 2-3 hours on a custom-built, brand new, comfortable, and heated vessel. We will be searching for Humpback and Orca whales, Dalls porpoise, Stellar sea lions and other marine mammals along the way. Your kayak guide will also share their knowledge about all the critters and area history if you like. Because we actively search for whales and other wildlife, this trip should be considered half whale watching, half kayaking tour. 

The boat captain will choose the best fjords to paddle in for the day. There are a multitude of exceptional areas to paddle in within Kenai Fjords, and having our own, fast boat allows us to take weather, wildlife, and group dynamics into account when we choose where to explore for the day. After we are dropped off, we will spend fifteen or twenty minutes talking about paddling technique and safety. The rest of the paddling day is spent exploring and paddling through beautiful fjords and active tidewater glaciers. Curious harbor seals may poke their heads through the floating ice chunks to watch you paddle by, and often black bears walk the shore. A delicious, homemade lunch is served on this trip.

What a perfect way to experience Alaska's wild country…from the seat of a kayak.

This awesome adventure runs daily and just may be the highlight of your Alaska vacation. You can expect to be back in Seward between 5:30- 7PM, depending on where the captain takes us for the day.

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Small-Group Kayaking in Resurrection Bay from Seward

Small-Group Kayaking in Resurrection Bay from Seward  - Seward, Alaska

Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seward, Alaska

From USD
$139.00

Join this 7.5-hour kayaking adventure from Seward with a small-group of no more than 12. Kayak along the coast of Resurrection Bay before hiking to a hidden waterfall ... More info ›

Join this 7.5-hour kayaking adventure from Seward with a small-group of no more than 12. Kayak along the coast of Resurrection Bay before hiking to a hidden waterfall. Take an optional hike up to an abandoned WWII fort and enjoy a delicious country-style lunch in the middle of this incredible tour.

Meet your guide at the central location and listen as they give you a detailed safety briefing. Then, head out on your sea kayak towards Resurrection Bay. Paddle beyond the cove, then stop and walk through a short, forested trail to a cascading waterfall, identifying the wildflowers as you go. Next, move on to North Beach and if time allows, hike to the historic Fort McGilvary and explore the maze of underground passages in the abandoned WWII bunker.

Break for lunch and enjoy a handmade and fresh country-style gourmet lunch and snacks. Afterward, jump back into your kayak and learn about the alpine glaciers and captivating seabirds that you will see on the way back to the dock. Share the ocean waters with puffins, leaping salmon, stellar sea lions, and more. Return to the dock around 4pm.

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