A great way to see the bay,
this trip is also our longest single-day paddle
This super fun trip offers guided kayaking from Seward's doorstep along the coast of Resurrection Bay. Hike up to a hidden waterfall, and enjoy an optional hike up to an abandoned WWII fort halfway through the day.
See what lies beyond the next cove as you paddle your sea kayak a bit further into Resurrection Bay. We’ll stop and walk a short, forested trail to a cascading waterfall, identifying the wildflowers as we go.
Next, on to North Beach and if time allows, we’ll hike to historic Fort McGilvary and explore the maze of underground passages in this abandoned WWII bunker.
After lunch, jump back into the kayaks and learn about the alpine glaciers and captivating sea birds that you’ll see on our return. Share the ocean waters with comical looking puffins, leaping salmon, Stellar sea lions and more.
Our handmade, fresh backcountry gourmet Lunch & Snack is provided
Use the numbered steps below to navigate the map and learn more about this kayaking trip and where it operates
This is a short film we produced about what we do to get ready for a season.
We pride ourselves in having the best-trained guides in Seward, so that you can have the safest, most professional trip possible.
Package a tour with our partners and save some serious cash!
We've worked over the last several years to set up partnerships with locally owned adventure companies Exit Glacier Guides and Major Marine Tours. These companies are leaders in their fields, and we're proud to offer discounts on select trips.