Kenai Fjords Kayaking: A Genuinely Life-Changing Experience
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.
Adventure Sixty North’s Kenai Fjords Kayaking Tours
Trail Lake Lodge collaborates with Seward’s Adventure Sixty North for many outdoor adventures, including midsummer Kenai Fjords kayaking excursions. As far as we’re concerned, Adventure Sixty North provides the most beautiful sea kayaking in Alaska. Most guided tours meander past sky blue glaciers, dramatic shoreline cliffs, wildlife breeding grounds, and even deep-forest waterfalls. Tours cost anywhere from $68 to $600, depending on the location. Below, you’ll discover links to each individual kayak adventure, including journeys to Bridal Veil Falls, Aialik Glacier, Resurrection Bay, Bear Lake, and so many more natural marvels.
- Aialik Glacier Boat & Kayak, the most heart-stopping glacier kayaking in Alaska
- Bear Glacier Half Day Heli-Kayak, a luxurious, bucket list experience
- Bear Lake Kayak & Canoe Tours, perfect for the kiddos
- Bridal Veil Falls Kayak, the best picnic spot near Seward
- Caines Head Kayak & Hike, kayaking, birding, and hiking all rolled into one
- Tonsina Point Kayak, a true hidden gem
Trail Lake Lodge, a Classic Alaska Lodge
It’s worth noting that Adventure Sixty North also offers multi-day Kenai Fjords kayaking as well as guided fishing and gold panning. Kayaking in Alaska, especially near Seward, has never been more accessible to the general public, thanks to outfitters like Adventure Sixty. Thus, we recommend booking a tour, through Trail Lake Lodge, well in advance. We’re located in the heart of the Chugach National Forest, near world-class fishing outposts, such as the Kenai River, Kenai Lake, and Crescent Lake. We specialize in hospitality, first and foremost, but our team has a knack for finding the best adventure-based guiding services in the state. Simply give us a call today at 1-907-288-3101 to book the adventure of a lifetime!