Alaska's Kodiak Island Resort

101 1st Street, Larsen Bay, Alaska, 99624, United States | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Larsen Bay

Off the ferry!

A travel blog entry by mmcc

9

After 4 nights on the ferry , we are in Kodiak for a night. Another night on the ferry then we will be on land to stay. We have loved the ferry, despite poor weather. We have teamed up with 5 others doing similar trips to ours & have had lots of chats & laughs at Happy hour in the bar & waiting on docks etc. They are from different parts of the US, 2 couples & a single lady. We have gone into ports for breakfast & to explore, some really remote ...

Salmon Fishing

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

5
39

... over the course of the next several hours, we treated to the sight of around 20 bears demonstrating their salmon fishing prowess. There are massive shoals of bright red salmon in the shallow stream, in itself quite a spectacle. But nothing beats the sight of a full grown 800 pound male bear galloping a full speed along the river bank, before belly-flopping into the stream and emerging triumphant with a large fish, ...

On the Emerald Isle - a Kod(i)ak moment

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

3
20

... 100 miles of roads on the island radiating out from Kodiak City and we spend a day motoring around with a couple of hikes thrown in for good measure.

In anticipation of a possible Japanese invasion (the Japanese actually did occupy a couple of Aleutian Islands for a year), thousands of troops were stationed on Kodiak during WWII. Bunkers and gun emplacements are still there at Fort Abercrombie close to Kodiak City and beyond the end of the road at Cape Chiniak ...

Katmai National Park - Day 2

A travel blog entry by calo4

56

... it all that well at first. She yelled something at the bear and the bear quickly whipped around and actually took a swipe with its arm. The bear was clearly agitated by the ranger, but the ranger was out of the bear’s reach (although she was much closer than is considered safe). When the bear turned toward her, she did use a couple sprays of bear spray on him which turned him back around. He continued then to walk away, closely followed by the ranger. ...

Katmai National Park

A travel blog entry by calo4

2
39

... at the bears, then lunch, then the rest of the day viewing the bears at Brooks Falls).

After lunch, we headed for the bridge again, only to be stopped by the rangers. There were a number of bears less than 50 yards from the path or the bridge. One bear was around 35 yards away, but was sleeping, so they allowed us to cross with the rangers (they asked for the wheelchair to go first which, of course, meant Dad). I should mention here that we met a ...

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