Kenai Fjords National Park
There are many ways to experience the park’s beauty, like taking an aerial tour, kayaking on the fjords, hiking to the top of the Harding Icefield Trail or exploring the trails around Exit Glacier. You can also fish for salmon and Dolly Varden within the park’s backcountry. For those interested in wildlife spotting, the parks icy waters and dense woodland are home to a number of creatures like mountain goats, black bears, bald eagles, Steller sea lions, puffins, Dall's porpoises, and humpback and orca whales.
As you immerse yourself in the park’s natural beauty, take some time to reflect on how the native Alutiiq once used the park’s resources to survive. To continue your exploration of Alaska’s outdoor beauty you can visit one of the natural attractions that border Kenai Fjords National Park, including Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and Kachemak Bay State Park.