Kenai Fjords Tours - Alaska's #1 Wildlife and Glacier Cruise
Take an exciting wildlife and glacier cruises into the heart of Kenai Fjords National Park. Sightings of sea birds are common as we cruise through the Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge, the summer nesting area for thousands of horned and tufted puffins. View Steller sea lions and catch orca, or "killer whales," and humpback whales as they play and feed. A variety of departure times daily
Exit Glacier Hike
Travel along the Resurrection River toward Exit Glacier as your guide provides narration about the topography, vegetation and natural habitats surrounding a glacial environment. Walking routes vary based on tour departure and may include the Overlook Loop Trail and/or the Nature Trail.
Resurrection River Float Trip
Join us for a relaxing float for everyone. Our trip departs near the base of the Exit Glacier, floating 8 miles down the Resurrection River. Enjoy expansive views of the Resurrection Valley that you can only see from the river. There is no whitewater on this trip.
Ididaride Dog Sled Tour - 2004 Iditarod Champion
Visit the sled dog kennel of 2004 Iditarod Champion, Mitch Seavey. See how an Alaskan musher trains sled dogs and continues the great tradition of mushing in Alaska! Ride behind a team of dogs through a training course set up to keep the dogs in shape all year long.
Local artists produce watercolors, pottery and hand-blown glass that can be found in the many galleries in Seward. Get your Christmas shopping done early by giving handcrafted gifts from Alaska. The lodge provides a complimentary shuttle to town and back. A full list of Seward galleries and shops is offered by the Seward Chamber of Commerce.
Seward on a Shoestring - Free Stuff to Do
Historic Seward Walking Tour The local paper, the Seward Phoenix Log, offers a walking tour of historic buildings and sites around Seward. Pick up the map before you leave Anchorage at the Anchorage Visitors Cabin downtown, or keep an eye out in Seward at the Seward Chamber of Commerce (2001 Seward Highway, Seward, AK), or at any number of locations downtown or at the small boat harbor.[ Back to 'Alaska Activities' ]