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Alaska Native owned, surrounded by forest in a huge glacier valley, you'll be a world away from the bustle of downtown, yet just four miles from Seward.
Set right on the boardwalk in Seward with spectacular views, and just one block away from the Alaska Railroad Depot!
Float the Resurrection River which rises out from underneath Exit Glacier about 13 miles from downtown Seward
The easiest glacier to hike to in Alaska. Just a 10-15 minute drive out of Seward, you can hike right up to Exit Glacier and feel the dense blue ice while listening to it crackle.
Get a feel for what it's like to ride the Alaska Railroad from Anchorage to Seward. (Let your conductor do the driving while you enjoy a unique and relaxed trip past glaciers and through the Kenai Mountains.)
Part 2 of 2 - Go silver salmon fishing with Alaska Outdoors Television in Seward. Also in this episode is some extreme salmon fishing in a snow storm along the Kenai River.
Cottage Seward Alaska all inclusive have 3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 9) With a full laundry, River view Fishing cottage Seward Alaska.
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Catch your limit of halibut with an experienced captain and crew in the deep waters of Alaska's North Gulf Coast!
This world-class facility was built with funds from the 1989 Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and introduces visitors to the wonders of the ocean.
Learn why 100 people each year plunge into the icy waters of Resurrection Bay in the dead of winter!