Kayaking

Kayak to your secluded paradise within the waters of the Prince William Sound in South-central Alaska and witness wildlife up close and personal. Whales, Otters, Bald Eagles and waterfowl are all just some of the animals you may encounter. If you have more than 21 days to travel we highly encourage you visit the communities of Southeast Alaska to kayak past icebergs and float past the immense Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau while being surrounded by the massive 7000-foot mountains.

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Kayaking

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Valdez: 61.130833, -146.348333
Palmer: 61.597222, -149.113056
Eagle River: 61.321389, -149.567778
Wasilla: 61.576667, -149.465556
Willow: 61.744444, -150.036389
Talkeetna: 62.323889, -150.109444
Denali Village: 63.751667, -148.899167
Fairbanks: 64.837222, -147.795833
Dawnson City, Yukon: 64.062500, -139.426111
Whitehorse: 60.716111, -135.053611
Cordova: 60.542778, -145.757500
Juneau: 58.301944, -134.419722
Ketchikan: 55.342222, -131.646111
Skagway: 59.458333, -135.313889
Haines: 59.228333, -135.443889
Whittier: 60.773056, -148.683889
Cooper Landing: 60.490000, -149.834167
Soldatna/Sterling: 60.487778, -151.058333
Homer: 59.642500, -151.548333
Seward: 60.113889, -149.443056
Portage: 60.784167, -148.846111