Kenai Fjords National Park Tours
Kenai Fjords National Park is a glacial wonderland of stunning scenery, incredible wildlife and aquatic adventures.
Created in 1980 to protect some of the most incredible and impenetrable wilderness in Alaska, the park spans 601,839 acres at the foot of Seward and still serves an important purpose today.
Kenai Fjords National Park INTRODUCTION
Snow and ice cover 60 percent of Kenai Fjords National Park, which lines the edge of the vast 936-square-mile Harding Icefield.
From here, countless tidewater glaciers pour down, carving valleys that fill with seawater to form stunning fjords and icebergs the size of small houses.
This seemingly harsh terrain is home to a diverse array of plants and animals.
Terrestrial animals, such as bears, beavers, coyotes, moose and wolves cover the land, while the glacial waters are home to sea otters, porpoises, sea lions, harbour seals and whales.
The park is also a welcoming habitat for birds, with a total of 191 species.
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