Alaska Paddle Inn

Address: 13745 Beach Drive Lowell Point, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 13745 Beach Drive Lowell Point, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking, Resurrection Bay, and Adventure Sixty North.
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          Travel Blogs from Seward

          This Area May Be More Beautiful Than Denali

          A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jul 28, 2015

          21 photos

          ... with all the traffic but we survived. Soon we are traveling the northern shore of Turnagain Arm. Turnagain extends in an east-west direction, is between 40–45 miles long and an extension of Cook Inlet. The road and the Alaska Railroad parallel one another for miles. Turnagain is characterized by remarkably high tides, beginning with a bore which has a height of 6 feet at times, and runs in from the inlet at a speed of 5–6 ...

          Rough Seas

          A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 16, 2015

          44 photos

          ... Voyager. The crew advises us that everyone must take a seat, should we attempt the open sea we will all be required to stay sitting, oh and vomit bags are available. Great...if people get sick, then more people are bound to get sick from the smell and no one will be able to go outside for fresh air.

          We set off under a drizzling sky. Sea Otters lounge on their backs as we leave the Harbor. They are completely unperturbed by the boat or the rain. We sail within a ...

          Salmon jumping and walked up to a glacier

          A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 12, 2015

          7 photos

          ... only a toe and not a face because it ends on land and not at a lake. The edge of the glacier viewing spot is a little away from the edge but it is still worthwhile climbing up there. It is very well signposted and maintained. We were very fortunate that the fairly constant rain of the morning stopped for our whole walk.
          We also drove along Nash Rd which is meant to have a sign indicating a part of the Iditarod trail but we couldn't find it although we did find a trail that ...

          Jeff Goes Fishing ~ The Girls Go Hiking & Lunch!

          A travel blog entry by liebling on May 21, 2015

          14 photos

          ... of his life.

          Our hike started out on a flat paved trail & soon we were climbing upward on rocks. It didn't seem to take us long before we were facing the glacier. I noticed the water melting off of the glacier & realized that Jeff was fishing in the same waters down below. We started down the hill & my foot felt funny, like something was dragging, I looked down & the bottom of my shoe was flapping around. Amelia & I had a good laugh at ...

          Fireworks, lots of hikes and where to go next

          A travel blog entry by amandalynn88 on Jul 07, 2014

          11 photos

          ... I've recently discovered I want to do. Trail run at Tonsina and camp out on the beach Slowly hike the runners trail on Mount Marathon Jump into Resurrection Bay...only to get out ASAP because its freezing water Kayak to caines head and trail run the 5 miles on the trail then kayak back. (this idea sprung up because of my last caines head day trip) Maybe participate in the lost lake trail race in August Alaska is pretty amazing  <3 ...