Joining a ranger for a short walk, interpretive talk, or day hike is a great way to learn more about Kenai Fjords National Park. Programs are offered between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day unless otherwise noted.
NPS / Fiona Ritter-Davis
NPS / Kaitlin Thoresen
Harding Icefield Trail are offered on Wednesdays and Saturdays from July 2 through August 30 (2014 summer season). The hike departs from the Exit Glacier Nature Center. Please come prepared with sturdy footwear, layered clothing, water, and food as this is approximately a 7-8 hour activity. No reservations are required.
Ocean Alaska Science and Learning Center (OASLC) programs are offered at the Alaska SeaLife Center daily, May 26-September 1. There is no admission charged for the programs, but the general admission fee to the SeaLife Center is required.
Did You Know?
There are 3 distinct types of Orca whale that roam the waters around Kenai Fjords National Park: residents that eat fish, transients that eat marine mammals, and less frequently viewed offshore orcas that stay in open water eating fish - including sharks.