With Hiking, Dogsledding & Even Golf, Alaska Has It All

Whether you’re looking for a change of pace from hunting and fishing, or you’ve got members of your party looking for other activities while you go on a day-long adventure, we’ve got you covered at All Alaska Outdoors! Hiking, kayaking, boating, and birding are just a few of the sightseeing and ecotourism activities we offer. The Kenai wilderness is one of the world’s most scenic backdrops for such activities, offering breathtaking scenery and grandeur that isn’t easy to find in the Lower 48. We’ll help you plan out an invigorating day for everyone in your party, even those who opt out of the fishing and hunting activities.

  • A large brown bear with a bright red kokanee salmon in her mouth trudges through a river with her cub.
  • A bald eagle seems to smirk as it soars above a lake.
  • A bright red sunset paints the clouds above a set of high mountain peaks
  • A sinewy island sprawls into a large body of water in a mountain valley.
  • Large caribou with expansive antlers eat grass in a field.
  • Two female moose gaze through the woods.
  • Rocky peaks of mountains push through a base of greenery above a turquoise lake.
  • A group of people stand in front of a quaint log cabin beneath high mountains.
Alaskan seals sunbathing on rock.

Kenai Fjords Cruise

This popular trip departs from Seward, AK and cruises through Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park – 580,000 acres of spectacular coastal wilderness. You’ll have the opportunity to see glaciers and a wide range of wildlife including Humpback Whales, Sea Lions, Eagles, Sea Otters, and Dolphins. Watch closely, and you might see puffins and even you may even get to see a pod of Orca Whales, which you might recognize as Killer Whales. This is truly one of the most stunning places on earth. If you would like to fish while in the awe-inspiring setting of mountains, rock cliffs, and glaciers, we’ll help you to catch Halibut, Salmon, Sea Bass, and Lingcod for an additional charge. Pack a lunch and prepare for an adventure you won’t soon forget on our Kenai Fjords Cruise.

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Raging rapids on the Kenai river

River Rafting Float Trip

This scenic float trip takes you from the headwaters of the Kenai River through the calm waters in the mountains of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. During this river rafting float trip, be on the lookout for Moose, Bear, Bald Eagles, Loons, and various waterfowl. This trip may be taken in a “Drift Boat” for an additional charge if you would like to fish along the way for Dolly Varden Trout, Sockeye Salmon, or Trophy Rainbow Trout.

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Ice melts in a snaking pattern into an alpine lakeTwo otters swimming together

Other Trips

Flightseeing Tours: See the area wildlife, the Harding Icefield or possibly Mt. McKinley.

Golf: We have 2 golf courses within 30 minutes of our lodge that rent clubs at very reasonable rates.

Horseback Riding: Take a day trip into the Chugach National Forest or ride along the Cook Inlet Shore.

Kayaking Tours: See either Kachemak Bay or Resurrection Bay – both are spectacular!

Birding: Many species avid birdwatchers would consider “lifers” can be found here.

Dogsled Rides: Cuddle Alaskan husky and sledding puppies while learning about their life & sport!

Exit Glacier: Visit Exit Glacier – one of the few glaciers one can still ‘walk right up to.’

Hiking: We have numerous guided or unguided hikes ranging from “Easy” to “Severe” in difficulty to see beautiful waterfalls or mountain lakes.

Shopping: Of course! Visit the artists and craftsman’s galleries – no guides necessary!

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