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Calving Glaciers, Wildlife & Sea Life Viewing
Located in the Heart of our Kenai Fjords National Park offers one of the most exciting wildlife and glacier viewing kayaking opportunities that you can do here in Seward, Alaska. Our trips vary from full day kayaking sightseeing trips to Aialik Glacier to Multi Day Expedition type kayak camping trips that explore the multiple glaciers that exist in this huge fjord.
Adventure Sixty North is now operating with winter hours!
Our booking hours & office hours are Tuesday - Saturday
10am thru 4pm Alaska Time - thru April 1st. 2015
Emails are checked daily!
Please call or email for information or to make reservations!
Bear Glacier Kayaking & SUP
Ice Bergs, Helicopter over a Glacier, and More!
The largest glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park with the largest ice bergs is one of our favorite destinations for sea kayaking, SUP, and photography enthusiasts.
Accessed by Helicopter
This is where the Ice is!
See why it is everyone's top trip & is always described as one the Best adventures in the Kenai Fjords!
A perfect destination for day trips as well as overnight trips!
Our closest kayaking destination offers a multitude of options for short 3-4 hr trips,day trips with hiking or sailing, and multi day affordable kayaking camping options. We even have a wilderness hostel in Resurrection bay that offers a bit of comfort and a laid back Alaskan experience.
Northwestern Fjord (Harris Bay)
Remote & Numerous Glaciers perfect for our multiday trips!
Located in the remote region of the Kenai Fjords National Park is one of our favorite areas to explore. Because this area is located a bit further west and the transport time is longer, this area is the area less traveled by tour boats and big groups. This is a rugged and remote area that offers adventurers a better chance of solitude and the true expedition feeling of seeing newly uncovered glacial features without a group of others showing up to spoil the moment.
Ice Hiking Trips
Glacier Hiking on Ice
Hiking & Trekks
Lower Trail Hike
Snow Cat Tours
Snow Shoe Tours
As conditions Permit!
Seward Adventures Start Here!
Phone: 1 - 907 - 224 - 2600
Mailing Address :P.O. BOX 2487
31872 Herman Leirer Rd.
SEWARD, ALASKA 99664
Seward Alaska's Outdoor Adventure Center
Adventures Start Here!
907 224 2600
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This page was last updated: October 14, 2014
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Learn to Kayak or SUP
Kayaking & SUP Lessons by ACA certified instructors are available from Adventure Sixty North with advance notice and by reservation. We can customize your Alaskan sea kayaking education!
Fishing Gear Rental
Let Adventure Sixty North hook you up with Alaska's Newest water sport "Stand Up Paddle Boards" or SUP Adventures.
NOW Offering SUP lessons at Bear Lake and SUP adventures at 2 beautiful locations "Bear Lake where it is calm and where the salmon are visible in the clear water and in Bear Glacier Lagoon where you paddle among huge ice bergs with a helicopter flight! We use inflatable boards and dry suits for both locations!
Please check with your medical adviser or physician if you have or suspect any medical problem/s or condition/s that would affect your health before booking and participating in any of our sea kayaking paddles, trips, hikes, or any other physical activities.
Located just down the road from our Seward office and Base, we offer daily guided non ice hikes on all of the trails, we offer glacier ice hiking adventures for the hearty adventures that want a glacial experience.
Doug Capra will be guiding our 3hr lower trail hikes !
Kayak, Canoe & SUP in one of Seward's very scenic lakes with our local salmon and black and brown bears. This lake is a spawning location for our local Sockeye Salmon. We offer these 2-3 hr trips daily. This is one of the easiest places to kayak,canoe & SUP in the Seward area and is a very popular trip with our families with children. When the salmon are running we often stop and visit the fish weir and watch the salmon try to advance up the creek to Bear Lake where our kayaking and SUP trip will begin.