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We have partnered with local guides to help make the most of your Alaska experience. 

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If you want to spend a couple of hours or a whole day, give us a call. We can help you find your perfect day on the water.

 

Tonsina Point Kayak
Adventure 60 North
Duration: 3-4 hours

This adventure is great for first-time paddlers, families, groups, or adventurers with limited time to experience the wonders of Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska.

The trip departs from Lowell Point on the south end of Seward. You'll follow the remarkable western coastline of Resurrection Bay to Tonsina Creek. As you kayak, you'll look for sea ducks, diving birds, eagles, porpoises, harbor seals, and sea lions. Depending on the time of the salmon run, you may also see salmon fighting their way upstream at Tonsina Creek! Stretch your legs, explore the ghost tree forest, skip rocks, and enjoy the pristine surroundings at Tonsina Point. After exploring the beach, having a snack, and hydrating, you'll kayak along the coastline and return to Lowell Point.

 

Bear Glacier Half-Day Kayak
Adventure 60 North
Duration: 5 hours

Experience the best of air, land, and sea! This is the ultimate Alaskan experience. Break away from the crowds and access this untouched Alaskan gem. Begin with a scenic ride over the mountains and glaciers by helicopter followed by kayak exploration of a land-bound freshwater lagoon filled with monumental icebergs. One of the longest and largest glaciers off the Harding Ice Field Bear Glacier is a unique destination in Kenai Fjords National Park and will surely take your breath away. Simply stunning, rain or shine!

 

Bridal Veil Falls Kayak
Adventure 60 North
Duration: 5-6 hours

Looking to maximize your trip in Resurrection Bay while in Seward, Alaska? Experience magnificent Bridal Veil Falls, extend your water time, explore Tonsina Point, and more! This three-quarter-day trip is also a great option if you’re trying to decide between a half-day and full-day kayaking adventure.

 

Caines Head Kayak
Adventure 60 North
Duration: 7-8 hours

Get acquainted with Resurrection Bay and explore the best of the bay in Seward, Alaska. Caines Head majestically marks the end of Resurrection Bay and the beginning of the Gulf of Alaska. Because of its prime location, Caines Head played a major part in protecting Seward and the rest of the bay from attacks in WWII. Feel the history as you explore the barracks of Fort McGilvray, take in the picture-perfect birds-eye views of the bay, and experience the best of Resurrection Bay.

 

Bear Lake Half Day
Adventure 60 North
Duration: 3-4 hours

This trip is a great option for those adventurers with limited time. It is also normally a flat-water trip, making it a great choice for families with small children or those who want a relaxing paddle, away from seas and open water. Kayak or canoe on this scenic local lake with the company's fun-loving guides! You'll stop on the way to visit the salmon weir and learn about their life cycle. Common sights include eagles, loons, bears, and great scenery!

 

Bear Glacier Iceberg Kayak with Jet Boat Ride
Liquid Adventures

Duration: 5.5 hours
Age: 11 years old+

This trip is suitable for beginners and seasoned kayakers alike and is a truly amazing opportunity. From the comfort of Liquid Adventures' kayaks, you'll explore the massive icebergs that are deposited by Bear Glacier, the Harding Icefield's largest glacier. 

You'll enjoy the stability of their boats in the glacier's calm lagoon while your group checks out the huge floating chunks of ice around you. 

The features in the lagoon change daily, and Liquid Adventurers guides' job is to expertly navigate your group safely through the maze of ice created by the calving glacier. Wildlife also varies day to day with good chances to view harbor seals and black bear.

 

Bear Glacier Iceberg Kayak with Helicopter Ride
Liquid Adventures

Duration: 5.5 hours
Age: 12 years old+

 

Bear Glacier Iceberg Kayak

Duration: 9 hours
Age: 12 years old+

 

Northwestern Kayak

Duration: 8-10 hours
Age: 12 years old+

 

Resurrection Bay

Duration: 7.5 hours
Age: 12 years old+

Tonsina Creek

Duration: 3 hours
Age: 10 years ol
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Ultimate Aialik Glacier or Holgate Experience Trip

Duration: 10 hours
Age: 12 years old

 

Resurrection Bay / Lowell Point
Sunny Cove

The Resurrection Bay cruise is perfect for first-time kayakers. Experience the beauty of Seward's Resurrection Bay with its abundant marine life and beautiful mountain glacier vistas on this sea-kayaking excursion from Lowell Point. On this trip, we commonly encounter sea otters, sea birds, harbor seals, bald eagles, and leaping salmon. We may stop to take a short walk on the beach and in late summer may land our kayaks along Tonsina Creek to view an active salmon-spawning stream.

Tonsina Point Kayak & Exploration
Sunny Cove

This family-friendly, fully guided sea kayaking and rain forest exploration combo trip is perfect for those who would like time to relax in their surroundings, whether it be kayaking to a beautiful waterfall, sitting on washed-up driftwood on the beach, or walking through the moss-laden forest. On this trip, we commonly encounter sea otters, sea birds, bald eagles, and leaping salmon.

Caines Head Kayak & Hike Combo
Sunny Cove

This trip provides a great opportunity to combine both hiking and sea kayaking for those looking for an active adventure. While kayaking we'll watch for sea otters, sea lions, porpoise, eagles, and sea birds. If time allows, our day will include a hike up to Fort McGilvray, an abandoned subterranean World War II military fort. This is an active day including up to 10 miles of kayaking and five miles of hiking with a 650-foot elevation gain and loss.

Grand Day Kayak & Cruise
Sunny Cove

Imagine a day of incredible marine wildlife viewing combined with kayaking through “bergy” bits near a calving tidewater glacier. Aialik Bay is home to both the amazing Holgate and Aialik Glaciers, and on this tour, our private charter boat drops us off near one of these glaciers. We will kayak along the rugged coastline through blue-green sea waters and crackling ice as close as .5 mile (.8 kilometer) from the towering face of the glacier. As your paddle dips into the water and “bergy” bits bump your kayak, the thunder of the calving glacier and gulls calling out overhead will bedazzle your senses. This is an Alaska experience you'll never forget!

 

 

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