Mt. Marathon Bed & Breakfast

330 Second Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Seward

Pinch me. Are we REALLY in Alaska??

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman


Each of us has dreamed of visiting Alaska. It was Elijah's #1 destination choice. It's so, so far away that we all wondered if we'd ever get to go. Arriving in the middle of the night felt like we were in another country. Perhaps that was because we were deliriously tired, or maybe because it's like another world. We arrived in Anchorage a little after midnight and as we made our descent into the airport we saw nothing but tall, snowy mountains and the sun setting! ...

Glaciers & sea otters

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle


... Russian River.

Here was another example of Alaska making everywhere as accessible as possible – the elevated boardwalk was completely wheelchair-friendly – but as we walked along I was very aware of keeping a good lookout for any bears. We saw flattened grass where they had accessed the river but no actual bears (I didn’t know whether to feel glad or sorry) and chatted with ...

Puffins make me think of Lady Gaga ..

A travel blog entry by robsons


... height is phenomenal! Absolutely beautiful but too quick for camera. They are such awesome animals! On a rocky outcrop we saw Sea lions and more puffins. Was thinking of Les every time as I know she love, love, loves puffins. Maybe not as much as Westies, but definitely a lot or puffin lovin there.

Quite rocky in the boat again, Julia is starting to feel it a bit too so has gone for some fresh air. I still think it's fun! Saying that is ...

Glorious Scenery & Bear Spotting

A travel blog entry by gvw

... close to the wildlife, too.

Took a drive to Seward which was most scenic, and the little town of Seward very charming, also a fishing village, and another port for cruise boats to call into. Headed back to Anchorage, took a left turn on way back to have a look at Cooper's Landing and the Kenai Lake known world wide for the salmon fishing apparently. Drove back to Anchorage and the drive back was just glorious with sun lighting up ...

Now that was a climb.

A travel blog entry by alaska2013


... before we start our journey up the travel. One word of advise was if you see a bear don't go running screaming down the trail. Seriously? No the right answer is to slowly back up in the opposite direction of the bear. Sure.

We stated the hike thinking this isn't bad. Ha after about an hour or so of hiking the trail turned into a torture chamber. It was a very tough climb. Even with the challenge it was a beautiful climb. ...


This B&B, located on 330 Second Avenue, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Adventure Sixty North, and Crackerjack Sportfishing Charters.
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