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.
A true Alaska horseback riding adventure awaits in the sprawling, mountainous forestry near the charming community of Cooper Landing. Nothing compares to the bond between human and beast, especially a majestic, well-trained stallion. There are many ways to explore the Chugach National Forest; must travelers lace up their hiking boots, board a helicopter, and even hook themselves to a zipline. But horseback riding in Alaska remains an awe-inspiring, old-world experience that should be included in every Trail Lake Lodge adventure-based package.
While Trail Lake Lodge offers guests a wide variety of unforgettable Kenai Peninsula adventures, such as whale watching, glacier viewing, and sea kayaking, we fully understand that a salmon or halibut fishing trip is too alluring to pass up. We cooperate with some the best Alaska fishing charters to provide visiting anglers with fully-customized fishing trips in jaw-dropping Resurrection Bay, world-famous Kenai River, and countless other secret honey holes. All of our once-in-a-lifetime Alaska fishing adventures can be combined with any number of activities during your five or seven-day all-inclusive family vacation to The Last Frontier.