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Kenai Fjords National Park

Known for its dramatic fjords that were carved by glaciers, Kenai Fjords National Park is located on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. The park's unique maritime climate allows for a variety of plants and animals, including puffins and seals, to thrive.

Top Feature: Drive Exit Glacier Road

Fun Fact

Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska is home to the Harding Icefield, one of the largest icefields in the United States. This icefield spawns nearly 40 glaciers and covers over 300 square miles, serving as a living relic from the last Ice Age.

  1. Boat Tours or Kayaking: Much of the park's most stunning scenery, including its famous glaciers, is best accessed by boat. You may want to book a boat tour or plan a kayaking trip to really experience the fjords.

  2. Variable Weather: Similar to other parts of coastal Alaska, Kenai Fjords can have quickly changing and unpredictable weather. Waterproof and layered clothing is advisable to adjust to varying conditions.

  3. Wildlife Watching: The park is a fantastic place for wildlife viewing, including marine mammals like seals, sea otters, and whales. Always maintain a safe and respectful distance from wildlife for both your safety and theirs.

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