Get ready for action on this trip which is big on beauty, hiking, biking, and kayaking. With great scenery and plenty of things to see and do, Denali National Park has some of Alaska’s best and most scenic walking trails. You’ll also kayak the pristine waters of Resurrection Bay, get up close to a glacier, cycle the scenic Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, and visit one Alaska’s oldest and most picturesque towns which is also the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park. Add an expert leader to guide your way and you’ve got the perfect adventure.
- Cycle the paved Tony Knowles Coastal Trail as it hugs the shore of Cook Inlet and travels through coastal marshes and over forested hills, with great views of Mount Susitna.
- Kayak the calm waters of Resurrection Bay and enjoy beautiful mountain vistas as you keep an eye out for sea otters, seals, bald eagles and leaping salmon.
- Hike the spectacular Triple Lakes Trail, Denali’s longest trail, which has great views of Riley Creek, towering mountains and the three Triple Lakes.
- Strap on your walking shoes and get so close to the Portage Glacier that you’ll be able to hear the ice shift and crack as the glacier moves.