Customizable Packages at Trail Lake Lodge
The best aspect of Moose Pass Alaska, the “Land of the Midnight Sun,” is that this natural playground offers so much more than trophy trout, salmon, and halibut. Being located on the stunning shores of Trail Lake at the foothills of the snow-capped Kenai Mountains has its perks. Guests at Trail Lake Lodge are steps away from fishing, hiking, or birdwatching excursions at all times. We proudly offer customizable adventure vacation packages that include meals, lodging, and limitless off-site activities. Embark on a guided walk at Exit Glacier, paddle in the vast Pacific Ocean on a sea-kayaking excursion, or hop aboard a Kenai Fjords marine cruise – the choice is yours!
Moose Pass Alaska Fishing Trips
The most popular option in our adventure vacation packages is guided fishing trips. After all, anglers from across the globe visit Moose Pass Alaska to lure king, sockeye, and silver salmon. You’ll have the rare pleasure to cast a line into the famous Kenai River for a delicious, monster fish. Many guests also choose to voyage onto the Pacific Ocean to haul in a boatload of lean halibut.
Breathtaking Nature Hikes
When you stay at Trail Lake Lodge in Moose Pass Alaska, you’re always seconds away from a once-in-a-lifetime outdoor adventure. The Last Frontier – the Kenai Peninsula, in particular – is one of most beautiful natural playgrounds on the planet. We offer guided walks at Exit Glacier, inside Kenai Fjords National Park. Glaciers remain one of the world’s natural marvels. The Chugach National Forest is known around these parts as “backpackers heaven.” Trek through the gorgeous wilderness and explore awe-inspiring landscapes at Slaughter Gultch, Lost Lake, Resurrection Pass, and Russian Lakes.
Extreme Outdoor Sports
There’s also plenty to love for thrill seekers here on the Kenai Peninsula. Trail Lake Lodge has five exhilarating options for those aiming to paddle, soar, and sled through the nearby backcountry. We encourage tourists to brave the elements with a dog-sledding tour on Godwin Glacier, east of Bear Creek. Thrill seekers always choose a three-hour zip-line excursion near Seward, which is particularly beautiful in the fall! Saddle up for a horseback riding adventure through the awe-inspiring Chugach National Forest. Kayak through Resurrection Bay, home to one of the most stunning shorelines in the world, or float down the tranquil Kenai River on a rafting expedition.
World-Renowned Sightseeing Tours
Trail Lake Lodge also cooperates with many of the premier marine and wildlife cruises on the Kenai Peninsula. Most cruises drift through Kenai Fjords National Park en route to a handful of glorious glaciers and the best wildlife observation zones in the North Pacific. Whale and marine mammal viewing is a popular seasonal activity that’s available from May through September. Time is running out on the fishing season, so book an all-inclusive autumn trip to stunning Moose Pass Alaska by dialing 1-907-288-3101 before it’s too late!