Choose Your Pace: Exploring Alaska's Pristine Kenai Peninsula

Explore the stunning Kenai Peninsula with naturalists as you choose how you want to learn about Alaska’s wilderness, from hiking untouched landscapes to paddling glacier-carved lakes.
Program No. 24135RJ
10 days
Starts at

At a Glance

Join experts in the “Last Frontier,” where glaciers sparkle under the golden sun, sea lions and otters play in pristine waters and lush green landscapes make for the perfect classroom. Choose how you want to explore the wilds of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula based on your desired level of challenge, from kayak and canoe excursions on the glittering Skilak Lake to learning about local ecosystems along Cottonwood Creek Trail. Whichever pace you prefer, you’ll learn about local wildlife on boating adventures, stand in awe of massive glaciers and hike through a protected forest canopy as you experience the wonders of this otherworldly land seeped in Native Alaskan ancestral history.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Choose Your Pace
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Hike through the northernmost rainforest areas of Alaska to get an intimate look at its flora and fauna, and enjoy the breathtaking glacial views as you explore nature preserves and wildlife refuges.
  • Kayak, hike, canoe while exploring in Native Alaskan ancestral lands inside Kenai Fjords National Park, and spend two nights at the only wilderness lodge within the 700,000 acre National Park.
  • Experience the diversity of Alaska’s majestic landscape on a Alaska Railroad train trek and sail past glaciers on a catamaran in Kenai Fjords National Park while searching for local wildlife.

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