Kayakers Cove

Seward, Alaska, United States | Campground

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Pinch me. Are we REALLY in Alaska??

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman


... enough to cover the costs of being in the race. It's definitely a race for those who love the sport, not for those who do it for money.

Seward is a town of about 3,000 people right on Resurrection Bay which was formed eons ago by a glacier. Seward, as in "Seward's Folly" was the original start of the Iditarod. It was also the first port of entry, so to speak, during WWII.

On our second day we went to Exit Glacier. This is in Kenai ...

The Land Tour Begins - With More Time At Sea!

A travel blog entry by kiwikaren

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The weather gods may have been cruel to us in Juneau and Skagway, but they made up for it in Seward. Our captain told us that we had the first clear day in over a month. Not only was it clear and sunny, the ocean was like a millpond, which as mentioned earlier is very unusual.

Our tour was nothing short of fantatstic. We had multiple whale sightings, we saw numerous whales, including our closest whale encounter of the trip, sea otters, puffins ...

Seward, rhymes with, don't smell like

A travel blog entry by robsons


... vegetation getting higher and higher, Sherry repeatedly saying "I think we should go back", a stumble over tree roots, a handful of prickles and one "Bloody Jeff" later and we went to the real trail.

Much nicer and easier granny track all the way to the base of Byron glacier. And when I say base, I mean you can literally step off the rocks directly into the snowy glacier then stand there in your t-shirt while you're surrounded by ice. ...

Seeing Seward!

A travel blog entry by rorox


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The reason we were up so early was our Kenai Fjord Tour was today. A 6 hour tour of the fjords looking for glaciers and wildlife. Unfortunately the weather was again against us a bit as the clouds were low and a constant drizzle was falling. We kept telling ourselves...we are in Alaska....normally very wet here!! Onwards we headed out into Resurrection Bay which Seward sits at the end of. Although the mountains along the side were hard to ...

Visit to the Exit Glacier

A travel blog entry by ladha


You can visit Seward by car or train. It's a beautiful scenic drive and takes approximately 2.5 hours from Anchorrage. We started like 9.30 AM from Anchorrage and reached Exit Glacier by noon. Just like yesterday, we prepared the lunch for today as well and had a very good lunch before our hike to the glacier. You dont have many shops in this area for dining and it's good to take u'r own food to these places.

Exit Glacier is the only ...

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