• Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords

    National Park Alaska

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Backpacking

Guided backpacking trips typically explore the area around Exit Glacier or the inland areas surrounding the fjords. Guides provide equipment, food, and knowledge of the area.

 
Backpacker takes in the view at the edge of the Harding Icefield trail

Backbacker takes in the view at the edge of the Harding Icefield

© Ron Niebrugge--www.wildnatureimages.com

Adventure Sixty North
P.O. Box 2487 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-2600
email: adventure60north@gmail.com
internet: www.adventure60.com

Alaska Alpine Adventures, LLC
300 E. 76th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99518
phone: (877) 525-2577
fax:(866) 793-2679
email: info@alaskaalpineadventures.com
internet: www.alaskaalpineadventures.com

Backcountry Safaris

P.O. Box 231121 Anchorage AK 99523
phone:(907) 529-1935
fax:(907) 339-7230
email: ron@backcountrysafaris.com
internet:www.backcountrysafaris.com

Get Up and Go! Tours, LLC
4215 Spenard Road Anchorage AK 99517
phone: (907) 245-0795
fax: (907) 245-0795
email:geoff@getupandgotours.com
internet: www.getupandgotours.com

Kayak Adventure Worldwide LLC
P.O. Box 2249 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-3960
fax: (907) 224-2255
email: fun@kayak.com
internet:www.kayakak.com

Miller's Landing
P.O. Box 81 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-5739 or toll free 1-866-541-5739
fax: (907) 224-9197
email: millerslanding@alaska.com
internet: www.millerslandingak.com

Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking Co.
P.O. Box 3332 Seward AK 99664
phone:(907) 224-8810
fax:(907) 224-8811
email: kayak@alaska.net
internet: www.sunnycove.com

Did You Know?

River Otter

River otters defecate in certain spots to mark their territory. Researchers in Kenai Fjords National Park have discovered that these "latrine sites" enrich the soil, allowing plants to grow in those spots that aren't found anywhere else close by.