Just 120 miles south of Anchorage, Seward with Mount Marathon as its backdrop, is situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula and is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic towns.
If you want to play on the water, opt for a kayak tour, a sailing adventure, or some world-class fishing for halibut, salmon, or other local species. From a bird’s-eye view, Seward’s spectacular scenery is unmatched. Glacial lakes, the Harding Icefield, and other treasures will give you an appreciation for Alaska like no other.
Kenai Fjords National Park is a Seward treasure, and visitors can experience the park on a day cruise or by foot at Exit Glacier. After taking in the scenic wonders, peer eye to eye with the marine life that shares the environment at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Hikers will come to treasure the Seward area for the myriad of trails.