NPL05 Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge in Kenai Fjords National Park

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Welcome to Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge - the only lodge within the 700,000 acre Kenai Fjords National Park! Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge is an Alaska eco lodge completely surrounded by Kenai Fjords National Park. Situated on the shores of a protected lagoon in full view of Pedersen Glacier, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge offers an unprecedented way for Alaska travelers to experience Kenai Fjords National Park. Featuring an elegantly rustic main lodge and sixteen nicely appointed cabins, the Glacier Lodge pairs modern comfort with the wilds of remote Alaska. By day, guests can choose from a range of activities to match individual interests and energy levels, from guided nature walks to sea kayaking through the lagoon and Aialik Bay. More relaxing options include strolling the pristine beachfront or perusing the naturalist library. In the evening, the lodge serves as the dining room and lounge, featuring wilderness fine dining and a stunning view of Pedersen Glacier - the ideal venue to relax in appreciation of Alaska's majestic beauty. As an Alaska eco lodge, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge was built to minimize the impact on the natural area and is managed with a strong commitment to ecological sensitivity. By providing so many diverse and engaging activities at one ideal location, the lodge reduces the energy footprint of travel. Additionally, the total number of guests at the lodge is limited to minimize environmental impact. To learn more, visit our ecotourism in action page. The Lodge and guest cabins reside within the Native-owned, 1,700 acre Pedersen Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary. These heritage lands, owned by Port Graham Native Corporation, represent a small portion of the ancestral homeland of the Alutiiq people that once lived along and roamed the entire coast of Southcentral Alaska.

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Anchorage – Seward | by Alaska Railroad ( Overnight: Seward )

Board the Alaska Railroad early morning for your departure to Seward. The train ride offers incomparable vista of fjords, glaciers and mountains as you follow the Cook Inlet/Turnagain Arm. Arrive in Seward at 11 am. You will be greeted by the tour guide for your Seward area Sightseeing Tour. Heading out to Exit Glacier, take a short walk to the face of the glacial ice. Watch for mountain goats, moose or bear on the mountainside. During the salmon runs, see salmon swimming upstream to spawn. A hearty lunch will be served at nearby Resurrection Roadhouse before you travel to the Seavey homestead and experience "IditaRide" 1.5 hour Wilderness Dog Sled Ride and Tour. In the evening enjoy a seafood dinner at the boat harbor. Included: Seward City Tour

Seward - Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge ( Overnight: Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge )

A stay at the Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge begins and ends with a wildlife and glacier cruise through Kenai Fjords National Park. Departing from Seward, small boat touring is often the preferred mode of exploration for more intimate wilderness experiences. On the 4-5 h. journey to the wilderness lodge, keep your eyes out for incredible views of the Kenai Peninsula and a variety of marine wildlife. Seek out whales, Steller sea lions, porpoises, sea otters, puffins and more. Relax and take in the beauty of this pristine area. Feel the salt spray mix with mountain mist as we explore the stunning seascape and listen for thundering booms as giant slabs of glacier calve into the sea. Journey to the face of massive tidewater glaciers, descending amid mountain peaks from the sprawling Harding Icefield.

Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge ( Overnight: Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge )

Enjoy spectacular views of Pedersen Glacier from the comforts of the main lodge deck. With only 16 log cabins surrounded by a 1,700 acre wildlife sanctuary, it's safe to assume you'll find plenty of "me-time." For over 30 years, we sought to balance authentic Alaska wilderness experiences with premium service and comfortable lodging. Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge continues this tradition, offering new access to Alaska's breathtaking seacoast; these private cabins feature on-demand heat, electricity and a full bath. The breathtaking location of the wilderness cabins is another highlight. Guest cabins are designed to be minimally visible from the Pedersen Lagoon while still offering spectacular views from within. The immensity of the Alaskan landscape is just outside the cabin window.

Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge - Seward – Anchorage | by Alaska Railroad

Board the Alaska Railroad and relax in your comfortable reclining seats, have a delicious lunch onboard or listen to the commentaries from an onboard interpreter. Just south of Denali National Park you will be passing the small community of Cantwell and then enter Broad Pass, offering majestic views of the Alaska Range in all directions. Your rail tour continues via Wasilla - home of the Alaska Iditarod Sled Dog Race - and crosses the Knik River with the Chugach Mountains as a backdrop before arriving in Anchorage. The tour ends with the arrival at the Anchorage Train Station. Please contact us for an additional overnight in Anchorage or extending the tour.