Joining a park ranger for a short walk, interpretive talk, or day hike is a great way to learn more about Kenai Fjords National Park. Self-directed Junior Ranger books, the Explorer App, Discovery and Art for Parks backpacks are also available to enhance your visit.
Programs are offered between Memorial Day weekend (last weekend in May) and Labor Day (first Monday in September), unless otherwise noted.
Exit Glacier Ranger-Led Walks
Programs at Exit Glacier are offered every day throughout the summer season.
Lasting about 1 hour, 30 minutes, the walk will follow the trail to the Glacier Overlook. The first part of the program will follow the trail to the Glacier View lookout, and is wheelchair accessible.
Please meet the ranger or park volunteer just outside the Exit Glacier Nature Center. No reservations are required.
Exit Glacier Pavilion Talks
Pavilion talks are offered daily throughout the summer season.
Please meet at the pavilion, just down the trail from the Exit Glacier Nature Center. No Reservations are required.
The pavillion talks will not be offered during the summer 2020 season.
Fjord Junior Ranger Walk
Walks that are geared especially for our younger visitors are offered
This guided walk along the Seward waterfront gives Junior Rangers an interactive look at the fjord ecosystem of Resurrection Bay, and the chance to earn their Junior Fjord Ranger Patch. Lasting about 1 hour and 30 minutes, the walk will follow the coastline near town, and depending on tides, the walk will take place on rocky beach with some uneven footing. Best suited for ages 8-12, with one or more accompanying adults.
Please meet the ranger at the Kenai Fjords Visitor Center. No reservations are required.
Last updated: June 25, 2020