Exit Glacier Lodge

Address: Exit Glacier Road (Herman Leirer Road), Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on Exit Glacier Road (Herman Leirer Road), Seward, is near Major Marine Tours - Kenai Fjords Cruise, Fox Island, Clam Gulch, and Pederson Glacier.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Exit Glacier Lodge Seward

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Getting on the ship/Ship Review

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... booked until about 5 pm.

      Shows- we only attended one show. We got up early every day and were busy in port, so we were tired at night! We saw City of Dreams, which was not great. I felt the choreography was not so good(Seniors at my DD dance studio have better) The songs, well were odd, some were current/know songs with weird arrangements that made them difficult to recognize. Shows on Indy were much better.

      Photos- this was a tad odd. On ...


      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... puppies were up on the glacier. The mushers told us to stop by the kennel to see the puppies, knowing Sarah would love it! We had a packed day, so we didn't make it to the kennel

      After our adventure on the glacier, we grabbed some lunch at the Sea Bean. A quick trip back to the cabin to change our clothes. We weren't going to need the thermals for the rest of our day!



      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 28, 2014

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      ... the Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park - yes, with the obligatory selfie at the entrance. The glacier itself is one of the most easily accessible glaciers in Alaska, and there were hundreds of people there taking advantage of it. Walked the mile from the carpark to the side of the glacier, then came almost the whole way back, and took a different track to the toe of the glacier.

      The glacier is retreating at an alarming rate - something like 3cm a day, so it's ...

      Pinch me. Are we REALLY in Alaska??

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on May 18, 2014

      5 comments, 74 photos

      ... the major supply port of the state. Not too far out we start to see signs of life beginning with a large Dall sheep. The first sea life we saw was a pod of orcas breaching, and frolicking on the surface. They were amazing to watch, so beautiful and majestic and came pretty close to the boat. It was kind of funny on the ship because as soon as people spotted things everybody fled to one side or the other of the boat to take pictures. As we continued we found a ...

      Seward Run

      A travel blog entry by andrewjerome on Sep 13, 2013

      1 comment, 76 photos

      ... owners had a family emergency and had to head off to Anchorage. As we hadn't received any notification of this, I called one of the owners who said we would receive a refund. Hmmm. Feeling a bit disheartened, Ted suggested we try a similar business he'd seen further down the road.

      We managed to get a tour with the other company and joined a group of about 12 others. We learned about the sled dogs themselves, as well as the training they go through, their diet, how they ...