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Adventure Sixty North - Day Trips

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Open year round. Sea kayaking adventures in Seward, Alaska. Guided sea kayaking tours in Bear Glacier, Resurrection Bay, Aialik Bay and also sea kayak rentals, stand up paddle board tours (SUP), gold panning on site, bicycle rentals, camping gear...more
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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31872 Herman Leirer Rd, Seward, AK 99664
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We went on this tour October 9. I'm so glad that Adventure 60 is open outside of the typical season and was able to accommodate us. Though our day started off rainy, they made sure we had all the gear we needed. They let us...More

Thank mirissa06
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Very well put together and planned with equipment, coffee, bagels, lunch, fruit, soda, waterthroughout the day. We lucked out with amazing weather and bonus sighting of orca whales on boat ride back. All well trained and certified kayak guides with knowledge of location and glacier.

Thank Renee D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We feel very disappointed with our experience. Having been assured the extended Bridal Veil Falls/Tonsina Point sea kayaking tour was suitable for novices we were excited to try our first kayaking adventure. On arrival we had the most basic of instruction and while kayaking minimal...More

Thank ExeterLlarch
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had an awesome time on the full day kayaking trip! It involved a 2 hr boat ride each way to get to the bay and back, and about 3 hours of kayaking and watching the glacier. On the boat ride we saw whales, puffins,...More

Thank Liya M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Rick, Monica and the rest of the group at A60N couldn’t have been more pleasant or have made the entire process any smoother. From check in to departure, we were throughly pleased with how everything was handled. Monica even made sure to ask for our...More

Thank KentuckyGirlAtHeart
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We were on the last trip to Aialik glacier for the season. Observed Sea Lions basking, Sea Otters playing glacier calving and Orcas breaching. So by was a fantastic guide and was as excited as we were with all we saw. Was a stretch for...More

Thank Tom P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I rented bear spray and trekking poles for the Harding Icefield hike and had a great experience with A60! I arrived around 830am, and the equipment was waiting for me. One of the friendly staff members showed me how to use the bear spray, and...More

Thank modesto2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Rachel was a phenomenal guide! Very knowledgeable about the wildlife and landscape. We had a beautiful boat ride to Aialik bay and a calm kayak trip up near the glacier. We saw humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, otters, and bald eagles! We ate lunch in...More

Thank Jake B
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We loved the tour. The entire staff was lovely, answered all our questions about everything and were so friendly. Our guide, Alex was knowledgable and fun and made sure that our group had a fantastic time. Would definitely recommend this company!

Thank rebecca3llis
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

My husband and I were so pleased with Adventure Sixty North. It ended up being just my husband and I, and our guide. Our guide Rachel was awesome, she let us go farther than we had signed up for, since our group was small and...More

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Ann B
May 6, 2017|
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Response from ryakbrn | Property representative |
Hello Ann, if you are doing a multi day, mosquitoes can be pesky and if you are doing a day trip, normally we have no problems..mosquitoes do not like breezy conditions, and since we are paddling on the coast with coastal... More
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Bandeau
April 16, 2015|
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Response from Adventure60North | Property representative |
Hello, Yes, we do offer multiday trips to Aialik. I just checked the watertaxi schedule and they are pretty open those dates. The only day that is starting to fill up is Aug 23. All trips require a pretrip meeting sometime... More
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acandzoey
January 21, 2015|
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Response from Adventure60North | Property representative |
Hi acandzoey, Here are some comparisons between the two areas. Aialik is a very tall and large tide-water glacier (the largest in the Harding Icefield) and is very active (lots of calving). However there is no big... More
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