Kenai Fjords National Park offers hiking, kayaking, and the opportunity to see a glacier up close.
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Land Based Trip Bears, Whales and Glaciers: Lake Clark and Kenai Fjords National Parks Explore two of Alaska’s most stunning National Parks — Kenai Fjords and Lake Clark — and discover a deep connection to nature in some of North America’s wildest places. Incredible scenery abounds, from Alaska’s rugged coastline and tidewater glaciers to lush mountain valleys covered with colorful wildflowers. This trip is a wildlife lover’s delight — we’ll visit prime habitats to seek whales and bears, among other Alaskan wildlife. Your NPCA expert guides will lead you through hard-to-access and lesser-known areas of the parks, while providing in-depth information on the important role of NPCA and key local partners in the ongoing efforts to preserve Alaska’s bear coast.
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Magazine Article Shifting Tides Once nearly extinct, sea otters have staged a remarkable comeback, but some coastal parks still struggle to retain these curious, sensitive mammals.