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WINTER TOURS & ACTIVITIES 2014!
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Phone:  1 - 907 - 224 - 2600 
Email:  adventure60north@gmail.com

P.O. BOX 2487

SEWARD, ALASKA 99664

This page was last updated: January 4, 2014
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Winter Tours & Activities in Seward 2014
About walking or hiking, and biking out to Exit Glacier from the Seward Hwy.
The road to Exit Glacier is 8.6mi one way from the Seward Hwy on Herman Leirer Road one way if hiking out or biking out to Exit Glacier. Road is closed to cars during the winter and sometimes opens in May depending on snow levels. Snow shoe trekkers dog sled teams, cross country skiers, Sno Coach and snow machines use the road all winter for winter activities. Herman Leirer Rd is approx 3 mi north of Seward on the Seward Hwy. We figure that the walking or biking distance from Seward is at least 12mi. one way. Call us for shuttle to meet our Sno Coach and to schedule your winter Exit Glacier adventure. (Watch of Moose on the road!)  Winter in Alaska can be challenging for anyone, anytime and is very unpredictable. We encourage everyone to prepair properly for any activity in  the Alaskan wilderness. Adventure Sixty North uses satellite phone and radio for emergency contact while in Exit Glacier, cell is very limited...
SNOW COACH SCHEDULE WEATHER PERMITTING 
 Friday through Monday     10:30AM - 2:00pm
 & (LATER IF DEMAND EXISTS)
 RESTRICTED ENTRY Tuesday through Thursday
Kenai Fjords National Park Access:
            Adventure Sixty North is authorized for four round-trips per day and no commercial services Tuesday through Thursday after 1 p.m.
Access to the entrance (bridge) is available any time any day.
Snow coach just cannot go into park on times stated above. more

Transport available for winter adventurers that take advantage of the National Park Service cabin near Exiit Glacier! Take your snow shoes, skis, and gear and stay out where it snows most of the time. Cabin sleeps up to 4 persons, propane heat, and you must pack in your own water or melt snow..  Reservations are required and can be made in person at Park Headquarters or by calling 907-422-0500. Cost is $35 per night. Stays are limited to three nights. We can haul your group and gear! Give us a shout!
SNOW SHOE TOURS - EXIT GLACIER 
 Friday through Monday     10:30AM - 2:00pm
 & (LATER IF DEMAND EXISTS)
 RESTRICTED ENTRY Tuesday through Thursday
Kenai Fjords National Park Access:
            Adventure Sixty North is authorized to lead snow shoe tours at Exit Glacier in the Kenai Fjords National Park. Trips depart our office and travel by snow coach or dog sled depending on the option that is booked. Snow shoe treks begin at the Nature Center parking area and travel back to the glacier making a 2 mi. snow shoe trek. 
Transport wil take approximately 1 hr each way.  more

 DOG SLED TOUR & KENNEL TOUR EXIT GLACIER
Offered by Turning Heads Kennel   
 For those brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter, dog mushing is a must do activity. Turning Heads Kennel welcomes you explore trails around Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park. Your tour will start with a visit to our kennel. You’ll get to see first hand where the dogs live and how we take care of them. After a brief introduction to kennel life, we’ll get you geared up with everything you need to stay comfortable out on the trail.
Then the fun really begins. We’ll pack up the gang and head out to Kenai Fjords National park on a wonderful trail perfect for first-time mushers. We’ll stop for a snack and enjoy the scenery. The trail is wide and easy to navigate and incredibly scenic (more)
FAT TIRE BIKE TRIPS   
 For those brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter, fat tire bike tours are must do activity. Seward Adventure Company welcomes you explore trails around Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park. Guide tours to Exit Glacier is offered using fat tire bikes that travel over snow. This is the newest adventure activity that is becoming huge in Alaska.
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Cross Country - Back Country - Skate Ski   
 For those brave enough to visit Alaska in the winter, many many miles of groomed trails exist in the Seward Area. Back-country skiing is the best kept secret here in Seward. Back country skiers hike the many bowls and chutes in the many mountains just outside of town. The Seward area has a very active Nordic ski club that can provide on its web site, the trail locations and conditions of area maintained trails. 
Adventure Sixty North transports skiers to from Exit glacier by snow coach.  
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ADVENTURES START HERE 907-224-2600
Seward Alaska is located in a unique location that offers so much accessibility to winter tours, great food, great hotels and more.
Tours are available during the winter, if you have your own skis, snow shoes, snow machines, and even kayaks you will have some of the most scenic wilderness at your fingertips. If you need guided tours, gear rental, and advice we have that here too. Seward is home to 2 commercial dog sled operations, the Alaska Sealife Center, Adventure Sixty North Outdoor Adventure Center, and Seward Adventure Company. Most of the hotels, B&Bs and restaurants will remain open during the winter making Seward a great place to visit and play. Come down and see the Kenai  Fjords National Park, even in the winter!