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Stoney Creek Canopy Adventure

Stoney Creek Canopy Adventure - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$153.47

Journey into the exquisite canopy of the Northern Pacific coastal temperate rainforest. Explore within the old growth forest and take in views of the Kenai Mountains on aerial platforms ... More info ›

Journey into the exquisite canopy of the Northern Pacific coastal temperate rainforest. Explore within the old growth forest and take in views of the Kenai Mountains on aerial platforms. The beautifully designed course and eco-friendly tour are just small parts in experiencing this amazing piece of Alaska.

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Our guest will meet at the Adventure Center in the small boat harbor. Participants will ride our shuttle to the course just a short 6 miles out of Seward. When arriving at the course you will meet your guides and be fitted with your ziplining gear. After a short ground school participants will explore 8 ziplines, 3 suspension bridges and 2 rappels nestled within the glacial valleys. They will connect to their wild side on suspension bridges within the old growth forest and take in views of the Kenai Mountains on aerial platforms. Upon completion of the tour, merchandise and photos are available for purchase. The shuttle will then depart back to the Adventure Center in Seward.

Duration: 3 hours

Location: Stoney Creek Canopy Adventures

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Hourly Rental

Hourly Rental - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$30.00

The Ruckus looks like it could survive a nuclear blast and come out swinging. But the Ruckus is about way more than just a unique look: Its thrifty 49cc engine gets awesome mileage ... More info ›

The Ruckus looks like it could survive a nuclear blast and come out swinging. But the Ruckus is about way more than just a unique look: Its thrifty 49cc engine gets awesome mileage. It’s Honda V-matic® automatic transmission makes for no-shifting, seamless power in and out of traffic. Its electric starter means you just turn a key, push a button, and you’re outta there. Add in Honda’s legendary reliability, and the Ruckus not only a blast—it’s nearly unstoppable.

Each rider will be provided with a hands on lesson that covers the general operation of the scooter and its safety features. Each rider will be provided with a helmet, safety glasses, and a map of the most see points of interest to those who are not familiar with all that Seward has to offer. The scooter is a 2018 or newer model year Honda NPS50 Ruckus, security cable, and a full tank of gas.

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Middle Kenai River Full-Day Fishing Trip

Middle Kenai River Full-Day Fishing Trip - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$275.00

Experience Alaska fishing on an 8-hour guided trip through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge on the Middle Kenai River. Daily guided drift boat fly fishing and spin fishing are available for all ages and skill levels.

This trip focuses on the stretch of the Kenai river downstream from the outlet of Skilak Lake ... More info ›

Experience Alaska fishing on an 8-hour guided trip through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge on the Middle Kenai River. Daily guided drift boat fly fishing and spin fishing are available for all ages and skill levels.

This trip focuses on the stretch of the Kenai river downstream from the outlet of Skilak Lake. Here, the river is wider than the upper stretch and encompasses portions of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. The wilderness sometimes rewards visitors with sightings of wildlife and waterfowl.
The bigger water holds some true lunker Rainbow trout and Dolly Varden char. There are also seasonal opportunities for Sockeye and Silver Salmon. All trout and char are catch and release. Complimentary fish cleaning is provided for any Salmon you catch and choose to keep within the seasonal limit. Trips depart daily and all fishing tackle is provided.

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Guided Adventure Hiking in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Guided Adventure Hiking in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$105.00

Explore the Alaskan wilderness on a hike through the majestic Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. This 6-hour tour allows active travelers to experience the Alaskan backcountry, and tour routes range from easy strolls to difficult, strenuous climbs ... More info ›

Explore the Alaskan wilderness on a hike through the majestic Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. This 6-hour tour allows active travelers to experience the Alaskan backcountry, and tour routes range from easy strolls to difficult, strenuous climbs. Snacks and drinks are included throughout, as is a wilderness guide. The small group size ensures a personalized experience and a route that's catered to your abilities.

Take a stroll through the Alaskan wilderness on this refreshing hike in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. As you follow your guide through forested trails, learn about local history and the lush nature of the area, and savor pristine views of mountains, lakes, and the alpine tundra.
Accompanied by a guide, head to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge located on the Kenai Peninsula, the beautiful preserve spans an impressive 1.92 million acres (7,770 square km) of diverse terrain. Your guide takes you out on a trail tailored to your group’s difficulty preferences that showcases the gorgeous nature of the wildlife refuge. You can get the chance to skirt above the tree line for breathtaking views of the Kenai Mountains, pristine lakes, and the emerald forests of the refuge.
As you hike, learn about the local history and wildlife of the area. The refuge protects a number of large animals, including brown and black bears, Alaskan moose, lynx, and caribou. During a stop for a satisfying picnic lunch surrounded by lush landscapes, you can ask your guide about the myriad bird species that inhabit the refuge, as well as the fish that make the place a popular fishing destination.
* This trip is operated in bear country.

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Brooks Falls Bear Experience

Brooks Falls Bear Experience - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$795.00

Wildlife Photography Trip of a Lifetime!
Highly experienced Bush Pilot !
Smaller groups for a better experience!

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Stop At: Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska

The Air Taxi flight is approximately 1.5 hours each way and you will spend approx 3 hours on the ground as the pilot waits for you to complete your trip! (weather can affect time on ground)
If you are looking for the iconic bear catching jumping salmon then this is the trip for you! The trip begins with a float plane flight to Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park.
Once we land on the lake you will go to the visitor center for a Bear Etiquette film and briefing given by the Rangers at Brooks Camp, next you hike to the falls and view bears from the safety of platforms built by the National Park Service ... More info ›

Wildlife Photography Trip of a Lifetime!
Highly experienced Bush Pilot !
Smaller groups for a better experience!

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Brooks Falls, Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska

The Air Taxi flight is approximately 1.5 hours each way and you will spend approx 3 hours on the ground as the pilot waits for you to complete your trip! (weather can affect time on ground)
If you are looking for the iconic bear catching jumping salmon then this is the trip for you! The trip begins with a float plane flight to Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park.
Once we land on the lake you will go to the visitor center for a Bear Etiquette film and briefing given by the Rangers at Brooks Camp, next you hike to the falls and view bears from the safety of platforms built by the National Park Service. The main falls platform is about a 1.5 mile walk from the Visitor Center.
You walk at your own pace here and there are outhouses and other facilities..

Duration: 3 hours

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Full-Day Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise

Full-Day Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise - Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States
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Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kenai Peninsula Borough, United States

From USD
$195.03

Explore the whales, wildlife, and glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park on this thrilling 7.5 hour cruise. Enjoy cruising on a large, stable catamaran as you get up-close views of wildlife such as orca whales, humpback whales, sea otters, Steller sea lions, puffins, and more ... More info ›

Explore the whales, wildlife, and glaciers of Kenai Fjords National Park on this thrilling 7.5 hour cruise. Enjoy cruising on a large, stable catamaran as you get up-close views of wildlife such as orca whales, humpback whales, sea otters, Steller sea lions, puffins, and more. Visit two active tidewater glaciers and watch for calving, where giant chunks of ice break off and crash into the water. Visit the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to Steller sea lion colonies and thousands of nesting seabirds. A National Park Ranger will be onboard to narrate your cruise. Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet available.

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Pass By: Resurrection Bay, Seward, Alaska

This 7.5 Hour Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise departs daily at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. The cruise will travel approximately 130 miles roundtrip through Resurrection Bay into Kenai Fjords National Park. We will cruise through the protected waters of Resurrection Bay, searching for wildlife and and enjoying spectacular scenery. We will cruise by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier and the largest glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park.
After cruising through Resurrection Bay, we will round Cape Aialik (pronounced “I-al-ik) into Aialik Bay. The optional Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet will be served around 12:00 p.m. We serve the buffet while you cruise so you can maximize your time on the water and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from our large viewing windows while you dine.
As we cruise into Aialik Bay you will get your first glimpse of Aialik Glacier, an active tidewater glacier. We will stop in front of the glacier and watch for calving, where large chunks of glacial ice break off and crash in to the water. Our next stop is Holgate Glacier, another actively calving tidewater glacier. We will spend approximately 20 minutes in front of each glacier, floating among the icebergs as we watch for spectacular calving.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide a detailed narrative on the history, ecology, geology, and wildlife in the area. They are always more than happy to answer all of your questions. They are very experienced, informative, enthusiastic, and enjoy sharing their knowledge of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Depending on the weather, we will cruise to the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to thousands of nesting Alaskan seabirds like puffins, kittiwakes, and cormorants. The captain will stop the boat very close to the nesting areas of the seabirds, which provides great photo opportunities. We will also visit Steller sea lion colonies, where Steller sea lions gather on the rugged, rocky coastline. Sea otters, bald eagles, and mountain goats are also commonly seen along the route.
Since this cruise does go out into the open Gulf of Alaska it is not recommended for anyone who is prone to motion sickness. Our half-day Resurrection Bay cruises are much better options if motion sickness is a concern.

Pass By: Holgate Glacier, Seward, Alaska

This 7.5 Hour Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise departs daily at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. The cruise will travel approximately 130 miles roundtrip through Resurrection Bay into Kenai Fjords National Park. We will cruise through the protected waters of Resurrection Bay, searching for wildlife and and enjoying spectacular scenery. We will cruise by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier and the largest glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park.
After cruising through Resurrection Bay, we will round Cape Aialik (pronounced “I-al-ik) into Aialik Bay. The optional Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet will be served around 12:00 p.m. We serve the buffet while you cruise so you can maximize your time on the water and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from our large viewing windows while you dine.
As we cruise into Aialik Bay you will get your first glimpse of Aialik Glacier, an active tidewater glacier. We will stop in front of the glacier and watch for calving, where large chunks of glacial ice break off and crash in to the water. Our next stop is Holgate Glacier, another actively calving tidewater glacier. We will spend approximately 20 minutes in front of each glacier, floating among the icebergs as we watch for spectacular calving.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide a detailed narrative on the history, ecology, geology, and wildlife in the area. They are always more than happy to answer all of your questions. They are very experienced, informative, enthusiastic, and enjoy sharing their knowledge of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Depending on the weather, we will cruise to the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to thousands of nesting Alaskan seabirds like puffins, kittiwakes, and cormorants. The captain will stop the boat very close to the nesting areas of the seabirds, which provides great photo opportunities. We will also visit Steller sea lion colonies, where Steller sea lions gather on the rugged, rocky coastline. Sea otters, bald eagles, and mountain goats are also commonly seen along the route.
Since this cruise does go out into the open Gulf of Alaska it is not recommended for anyone who is prone to motion sickness. Our half-day Resurrection Bay cruises are much better options if motion sickness is a concern.

Pass By: Major Marine Tours - Kenai Fjords Cruise, Seward, Alaska

This 7.5 Hour Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise departs daily at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. The cruise will travel approximately 130 miles roundtrip through Resurrection Bay into Kenai Fjords National Park. We will cruise through the protected waters of Resurrection Bay, searching for wildlife and and enjoying spectacular scenery. We will cruise by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier and the largest glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park.
After cruising through Resurrection Bay, we will round Cape Aialik (pronounced “I-al-ik) into Aialik Bay. The optional Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet will be served around 12:00 p.m. We serve the buffet while you cruise so you can maximize your time on the water and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from our large viewing windows while you dine.
As we cruise into Aialik Bay you will get your first glimpse of Aialik Glacier, an active tidewater glacier. We will stop in front of the glacier and watch for calving, where large chunks of glacial ice break off and crash in to the water. Our next stop is Holgate Glacier, another actively calving tidewater glacier. We will spend approximately 20 minutes in front of each glacier, floating among the icebergs as we watch for spectacular calving.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide a detailed narrative on the history, ecology, geology, and wildlife in the area. They are always more than happy to answer all of your questions. They are very experienced, informative, enthusiastic, and enjoy sharing their knowledge of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Depending on the weather, we will cruise to the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to thousands of nesting Alaskan seabirds like puffins, kittiwakes, and cormorants. The captain will stop the boat very close to the nesting areas of the seabirds, which provides great photo opportunities. We will also visit Steller sea lion colonies, where Steller sea lions gather on the rugged, rocky coastline. Sea otters, bald eagles, and mountain goats are also commonly seen along the route.
Since this cruise does go out into the open Gulf of Alaska it is not recommended for anyone who is prone to motion sickness. Our half-day Resurrection Bay cruises are much better options if motion sickness is a concern.

Pass By: Bear Glacier, Seward, Alaska

This 7.5 Hour Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise departs daily at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. The cruise will travel approximately 130 miles roundtrip through Resurrection Bay into Kenai Fjords National Park. We will cruise through the protected waters of Resurrection Bay, searching for wildlife and and enjoying spectacular scenery. We will cruise by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier and the largest glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park.
After cruising through Resurrection Bay, we will round Cape Aialik (pronounced “I-al-ik) into Aialik Bay. The optional Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet will be served around 12:00 p.m. We serve the buffet while you cruise so you can maximize your time on the water and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from our large viewing windows while you dine.
As we cruise into Aialik Bay you will get your first glimpse of Aialik Glacier, an active tidewater glacier. We will stop in front of the glacier and watch for calving, where large chunks of glacial ice break off and crash in to the water. Our next stop is Holgate Glacier, another actively calving tidewater glacier. We will spend approximately 20 minutes in front of each glacier, floating among the icebergs as we watch for spectacular calving.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide a detailed narrative on the history, ecology, geology, and wildlife in the area. They are always more than happy to answer all of your questions. They are very experienced, informative, enthusiastic, and enjoy sharing their knowledge of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Depending on the weather, we will cruise to the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to thousands of nesting Alaskan seabirds like puffins, kittiwakes, and cormorants. The captain will stop the boat very close to the nesting areas of the seabirds, which provides great photo opportunities. We will also visit Steller sea lion colonies, where Steller sea lions gather on the rugged, rocky coastline. Sea otters, bald eagles, and mountain goats are also commonly seen along the route.
Since this cruise does go out into the open Gulf of Alaska it is not recommended for anyone who is prone to motion sickness. Our half-day Resurrection Bay cruises are much better options if motion sickness is a concern.

Pass By: Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward, Alaska

This 7.5 Hour Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise departs daily at 10:00 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. The cruise will travel approximately 130 miles roundtrip through Resurrection Bay into Kenai Fjords National Park. We will cruise through the protected waters of Resurrection Bay, searching for wildlife and and enjoying spectacular scenery. We will cruise by Bear Glacier, a piedmont glacier and the largest glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park.
After cruising through Resurrection Bay, we will round Cape Aialik (pronounced “I-al-ik) into Aialik Bay. The optional Alaska salmon and prime rib buffet will be served around 12:00 p.m. We serve the buffet while you cruise so you can maximize your time on the water and enjoy the breathtaking scenery from our large viewing windows while you dine.
As we cruise into Aialik Bay you will get your first glimpse of Aialik Glacier, an active tidewater glacier. We will stop in front of the glacier and watch for calving, where large chunks of glacial ice break off and crash in to the water. Our next stop is Holgate Glacier, another actively calving tidewater glacier. We will spend approximately 20 minutes in front of each glacier, floating among the icebergs as we watch for spectacular calving.
A National Park Ranger will be onboard to provide a detailed narrative on the history, ecology, geology, and wildlife in the area. They are always more than happy to answer all of your questions. They are very experienced, informative, enthusiastic, and enjoy sharing their knowledge of Kenai Fjords National Park.
Depending on the weather, we will cruise to the Chiswell Islands or Cape Resurrection, home to thousands of nesting Alaskan seabirds like puffins, kittiwakes, and cormorants. The captain will stop the boat very close to the nesting areas of the seabirds, which provides great photo opportunities. We will also visit Steller sea lion colonies, where Steller sea lions gather on the rugged, rocky coastline. Sea otters, bald eagles, and mountain goats are also commonly seen along the route.
Since this cruise does go out into the open Gulf of Alaska it is not recommended for anyone who is prone to motion sickness. Our half-day Resurrection Bay cruises are much better options if motion sickness is a concern.

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