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MountainMama wrote a review Jul 2020
CANTON, United States555 contributions29 helpful votes
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The Kenai Peninsula truly is Alaska's playground, for visitors and locals alike. I stayed in many towns while in the area including Homer, Seward, and a few others. The views are stunning and if you love fishing or want to go bear viewing you will never be bored!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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John B wrote a review Oct 2019
Saint Paul, Minnesota14 contributions5 helpful votes
My daughter couldn’t make the trip, so I ended up flying solo. Sun Country flight from Msp to Anchorage was great. Met up with my cousins in Eagle River and headed south to the Kenai the next day. My cousin connected me with a guide (Luke) on the Kenai and had a great day catching Salmon etc on the glacial melt river. It was a dream trip. Headed to Homer the next day, absolutely fabulous. Got my fish flash frozen in Homer. Stayed in an Airbnb tent, hiked the mountain top meadow, saw the Glaciers across the inlet. Headed North the next day, got stuck in Soldotna due to a large fire shutting down the main highway north. The next day hit up Aleska took the tram to the top of the ski resort. Best $30 ever. JB Next trip Peru in January.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Christina C wrote a review Aug 2019
Coquitlam, Canada6,315 contributions789 helpful votes
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On our way to Seward, we stopped by this fish viewing trail on Highway 9 at Moose Creek just west of Trail Lakes hatchery and east of Moose Pass Lodging. My son found the location on Open Street Maps. The trail is easy walking not too long and with breath taking scenery. We saw quite a few of sockeye salmon swimming upstream to spawn. If we had more time we would have stayed longer. That was an enjoyable stop. Happy Travelling!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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jer b wrote a review Sep 2018
Bristol, Connecticut1,865 contributions521 helpful votes
Just another one of those exceptionally beautiful places to be in Alaska. We traveled through it as we went from Anchorage to Seward. The peninsula itself starts around the ghost town of Portage at Turnagain Pass. Kenai Peninsula is made of of the snow covered Kenai Mountains, Harding ice field, and the incredible temperate rain forest and so very much more. Just like driving though a National Geographic magazine.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Robert C wrote a review Sep 2016
Redlands, California2,581 contributions486 helpful votes
Homer was my favorite town in Alaska. The boat tour into Kenai Fjords NP revealed a magical place of blue glaciers and sculpted islands. The Kenai River is massive and an amazing aqua color. It is so much more interesting than the Alaska from Anchorage north. If you visit Alaska, you need to make sure and visit the Kenai Peninsula.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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