Father’s Day is just around the corner, despite the fact that snow blankets the rivers, roads, and mountains near picturesque Moose Pass, Alaska. This annual holiday acts as the perfect excuse for an extravagant gift for Dad or Grandpa. And Father’s Day fishing gifts are common purchases for generational families of anglers, especially for those with a penchant for Alaska’s great outdoors. There’s no greater feeling on earth than gifting a well-deserved, long-overdue salmon fishing trip to a loved one. Unlike your run-of-the-mill fly fishing gifts, such as rods, flies, and jigs, a full-length vacation package is bound to bring Dad to tears this June.
Once winter subtly turns into spring, hundreds of thousands of nature enthusiasts jet to the Kenai Peninsula to explore 25,000 square miles of jaw-dropping beauty. Whether you aim to try salmon fishing, horseback riding, or hiking/backpacking this summer, you’ll leave Trail Lake Lodge with a deeper understanding of nature itself. And one of the world’s great wonders is just a short drive from Moose Pass, Alaska: Kenai Fjords National Park. Kenai Fjords is known for its massive glaciers, picturesque sea stacks, curious wildlife, and life-changing sea kayak tours. In fact, Kenai Fjords kayaking typically lands near the top of everyone’s Alaskan bucket list.