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This was part of a half day excursion from the Glacier Lodge. You have to canoe across the lagoon and then hike through the forest to reach the glacier. When you do it is really something to see parts of it calve and ice bergs...More
It is a very remote Glacier. Stay at the Kenai Fjord and Glacier Lodge to complete the stunning visual experience. You will be taken care of royally and they have all kinds of activities ( canoeing, kayaking, hiking) that are all with guides.
Nine of us set off in a "War canoe" and really made excellent speed across the lower lake. From the other side we could see a Black Bear strolling along the shoreline but it had vanished by the time we made landing.
The journey by...More
Best possible if you stay in the Glacier lodge. you canoe across the lodge and then trek through a an uphill, bushy track.. which is not marked and would be difficult to figure without a guide. The half day trek takes you right upto the...More
Spent 3 nights at Kenai Fjords National Park. See separate review for details. We had a beautiful view of the glacier from our cabin porch with two rocking chairs, as well as the dining room and the sitting area in front of the main lodge.I...More
The natural beauty and wildlife are breathtaking. We paddled a canoe across the lower lagoon and then hiked a mile to the upper Pederson Lagoon. We were able to view harbor seals from a distance and a wealth of sea life.
This is the glacier you see from the cabins at the Glacier Fjords Lodge. We approached the glacier in the upper lagoon by long canoe weaving between the stationery and floating blocks of ice. The view was mesmerizing and when the glacier actually calved a...More
From Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge, you'll take a canoe trip across Pederson Lake. Then it's a 30 minute hike to the face of the glacier. You'll see wildlife, and experience authentic Alaska back-country.