Alaska Sea Kayaking

Alaska is renowned for exceptional sea kayaking. Sea kayaking in the spectacular scenery of the Inside Passage and Glacier Bay National Park gives our guests the chance to experience the best of what gives this area its special reputation. We also provide a complete sea kayak rental and outfitting service.

Glacier Bay Escape
(5 days)
Glacier Bay is known as one of the best Sea Kayaking destinations in the world. The scenery is stunning, the wildlife plentiful, and the wilderness is truly wild… (more)

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Glacier Bay East Arm
(8 days)
Experience some of the most incredible glaciated terrain in the world all from the quiet solitude of your sea kayak!(more)

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Glacier Bay West Arm
(7 days)
We will travel into the spectacular Rendu, Tarr, and John Hopkins inlets to view tidewater glaciers, magnificent waterfalls, and numerous hanging glaciers. (more)

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Fjords of the Inside Passage
(1 – 5 days)
Haines sits at the top of the Famous Inside Passage, on the deepest and longest fjord in North America. This area offers excellent kayaking for beginners and experts alike. The beaches are wild and pristine, with more chance of seeing wildlife than people. (more)

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Whales at Point Adolphus
(1 & 3 days)
Point Adolphus is located across from Glacier Bay National Park and is world-renowned for it’s high concentration of humpback whales. Our tour starts with a water taxi ride from Gustavus to Point Adolphus. (more)

Sea Kayaking & Mountaineering Combo Trip
(11 days)
This spectacular trip combines climbing and trekking in the mountains and ice fields surrounding Glacier Bay National Park with sea kayaking in the fjords and inland waterways of Alaska’s Inside Passage. (more)

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Sea Kayaking Leadership and Guide Training (International Wilderness Leadership School)
(12 & 24 days)
These courses include quality technical instruction in diverse coastal settings, and give students a solid foundation of leadership skills. Accessing remote coastlines and exploring pristine coves of Alaska provides a great opportunity for learning backcountry techniques and developing judgment, decision making, and hazard assessment skills as they apply to expedition sea kayaking. (more)

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