Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula

Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula

July 29 - August 3, 2019

(6 days, 5 nights; Mon - Sat)

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Includes all lodging, all meals, van shuttles, Kenai Fjord boat cruise, park entrance fees, leaders, trail maps and narratives.

Assembly Point

Anchorage, AK

Timberline van shuttle is included from Kenai Fjords Park to Anchorage airport following the tour.

Not included: Airline service to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport; Guide Gratuity.

Meeting Time

Hotel 8:30 am

Drop-off Time

6 pm

Alaska, perhaps more than any other region in North America, is cloaked in a mystical aura that ignites the imagination. To some extent, that aura obviously is the product of Alaska’s incredible, incomparable natural beauty and physical magnificence. Its mountains, glaciers, coastline and wilderness are without equal.  Alaska’s irresistible attraction is that it symbolizes the “Final Frontier,” a last opportunity to experience the wilderness in its most pristine, unspoiled expression. Alaska still promises the opportunity to see a bear scramble through the brush of a mountain valley or to sit in a kayak and watch a massive glacier calve ice off its face into the fjords below. On this tour we will walk along the famed Iditarod Trail, explore box canyons from the coast, hike on glaciers and icefields, and travel by boat to explore the Kenai Fjords.

See Detailed Itinerary Here:


Day 1Group assembles in Anchorage; van shuttle to Girdwood; hike along Winner Creek Trail to the Gorge Bridge 4
Day 2Winner Creek Gorge on the Iditarod Trail10
Day 3Historic Iditarod Trail to Crow Pass 10
Day 4Lost Lake - Resurrection Peaks 14
Day 5Kenai Fjord Boat Cruise
Day 6Harding Trail, return to Anchorage 8

Total Distance: 40 miles

Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula

July 29 - August 3, 2019

(6 days, 5 nights; Mon - Sat)