Alaska offers unforgettable kayaking adventures highlighting the state’s wildlife and stunning scenery. Below are some places to paddle this summer.
Kenai Fjords National Park, located in Seward, boasts views of Aialik and Holgate glaciers, to name a few. This ocean park hosts visitors from all over the world.
Misty Fjords National Monument, located near Ketchikan, leads guests through 2.2 million acres of waterfalls, glaciers and wildlife.
Eklutna Lake recreation area, located near Anchorage, offers 26 miles of biking and hiking trails surrounding calm waters that make for a perfect day trip.
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– Sami Jo Lewis, The Alaska 100