Alaska February 15, 2018
Sea Kayak At This Astounding Glacier In Alaska For The Ultimate Adventure
In the coastal waters near majestic Seward, ocean kayaking becomes a stroll through a sculpture garden of ice. Take an ocean kayaking trip with Liquid Adventures to stand-up paddleboard, kayak or kayak camp and explore this icy wonderland. Sea kayaking right up to a glacier is a wonderful way to come face to face with nature’s grandeur. Try this amazing adventure whenever you crave fun in the cool, fresh air.
Seward is a strikingly beautiful part of Alaska with access to many glaciers in and around the Resurrection Bay.
Liquid Adventures leads kayaking expeditions to glacier sites. These adventures are physical, refreshing and memorable forever.
Adventures range in intensity and length to suit many types of visitors. They vary from a few hours to a few weeks and a casual paddle to intense camping trips.
From the comfort of your kayak, explore the massive icebergs that are deposited by Bear Glacier, the Harding Icefield's largest glacier.
Paddleboarding adventures are available as well. This sport gives you the sensation of "walking on water". In these unreal surroundings you can wander the ice formations and hear only your paddle in the water.
Bear Glacier Lagoon has breathtaking ice formations that change every day. The knowledgeable guides advise adventurers on how to navigate the ice field.
Adventures start with a thrilling boat ride to the gorgeous glaciers where kayaking is safe, and they usually end with a helicopter ride!
This is an incredible trip for avid wilderness seekers, kayakers, paddleboarders, or photographers who want to experience the Alaskan waters up close.
The adventures span Resurrection Bay, Aialik Bay, and the Kenai Fjords National Park. Kayak camping trips allow for heading farther into the Alaskan coastal waters.
The skilled guides are some of the finest in the industry and everything you need is included in your adventure package. Try sea kayaking by a glacier for the thrill of a lifetime in Alaska.
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