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Bear on the flats

After almost giving up on seeing a bear (flights were grounded due to fog, rain, wind) we were... read more

Reviewed April 29, 2018
Follync
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
Easy to reach on the Kodiak road system

Women's Bay is just south of the town of Kodiak, on the road system & includes the US Coast Guard... read more

Reviewed September 29, 2015
G C
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Anchorage, Alaska
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29 Apr 2018
“Bear on the flats”
29 Sep 2015
“Easy to reach on the Kodiak road system”
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Reviewed April 29, 2018

After almost giving up on seeing a bear (flights were grounded due to fog, rain, wind) we were driving back from Fossil Beach on our last day when we saw a little crowd at a take out on the south side of the bay. Yes!...More

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Reviewed September 29, 2015

Women's Bay is just south of the town of Kodiak, on the road system & includes the US Coast Guard base. Its calm waters offer good seasonal viewing for wildlife (including beautiful Emperor geese) and streams with lots of pink salmon (during summer). The best...More

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Reviewed September 15, 2015

Did this walk on a sunny wouldn't do it on a really windy day because once at the top the wind will blow. Trail is well marked but could be a little difficult. It would be difficult after a rain. Views are fantastic

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Reviewed May 18, 2014

I only viewed the Women's Bay from the road, but learned that it is so-called because in times long past the women kept the "home fires burning" while the men were away hunting and fishing for perhaps months on end. It seemed a very quiet,...More

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