Box Canyon Cabins
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... The glacier has receded so much. So after the easy trail, we left the tourist behind and made our way onto a different trail that far fewer travel each day. We signed in at the base of the trail (required) and read the info regarding wildlife. UGgg. Please let these wretched annoying bells work. The trail estimates 4-6 hours round trip. Off we went for a long, long long 1.3 mile hike that climbed over 1000 vertical feet. Of course, the good ...
... totally worth it. The next day was the 4th and the big Mount Marathon race in Seward. If you haven't heard of it, google it! Its a very tough foot race straight up a 3022 foot mountain. It's only about 3 miles total distance but the incline is intense and even more so dangerous. There are 3 races that day. The juniors start at 11:30 the women around 1pm (I think) and the men's race was at 3pm. We were able to live stream the juniors and ...
... place to visit esp with kids. We especially liked the touch tanks and the puffins. At sometime in the morning there were several buses at the Sea Life Center. They were RCI buses. My guess was the people had just gotten off the ship and this was part of a tour they booked, so I'm sure it could be crowded in there.
The SeaLife Center offers 3 encounters: Puffins, Sea Mammals and octopus, as well as 3 behind ...
... the water. We had to wait for another cruise ship to move away from the glacier, then we moved into a position about 1.6miles from the glacier. Once in position the cruse ship rotated using its side thrusters to allow everyone to get a good viewing position. Dinner was a formal dinner so we had to get dressed up, during dinner we chatted to a nice couple from ...
... Turnagain Arm and were told to keep an eye out for Beluga whales. However, the Arm is tidal with the second largest tidal variation in the world - averaging 36 feet between low and high tide - the tide was out and it's glacial so the water is very muddy, so a small white whale becomes hard to spot! However, I did catch just a glimpse of a back as one dived.
We got to Anchorage about 5pm and as we had to have our bags out for collection by ...