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Offered By Adventure Sixty North In Seward, AK

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Per Person : $106.00
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About us

Adventure Sixty North is a small professional Sea Kayaking company in Seward, Alaska. Proudly and safely providing the best fully guided day tours, overnight kayak camping trips, and adventures in the Kenai Fjords National Park with our professionally trained guides. We provide fully guided and outfitted environmentally friendly and educational kayaking trips to Resurrection Bay, Bear Glacier, Aialik Glacier, Northwestern Fjord.

We also provide gold panning on-site on a clear creek from troughs. Guided salmon fishing and fishing gear rental. Open year-round.

What we'll do

Seward, Alaska has some of the most sought-after sea kayaking right at our doorstep! Resurrection Bay is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and home to several Alaska state parks that offer abundant opportunities to hike, sea kayak, and explore!

This adventure is great for first-time paddlers, families, groups, or adventurers with limited time to experience the wonders of Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska. These trips are offered morning and late afternoon. Check out our Bear Lake trip for kids younger than 8 years old!

This trip departs from Lowell Point on the south end of Seward. We follow the remarkable western coastline of Resurrection Bay to Tonsina Creek. As we kayak, we are looking for sea ducks, diving birds, eagles, porpoise, harbor seals, and sea lions. Depending on the time of the salmon run, you may also see salmon fighting their way upstream at Tonsina Creek! Stretch your legs, explore the ghost tree forest, skip rocks, and enjoy the pristine surroundings at Tonsina Point. After exploring the beach, having a snack, and hydrating, we kayak along the coastline and return to Lowell Point.

What to expect / what's provided

*Duration: 3 to 4 Hours

*Minimum Age: 8 Years

*Minimum: 2 people

*Please Note:
Morning tours are normally easy difficulty level
Evening tours can be moderate difficulty level

*What's Included?
- Scenic Water Taxi
- Sandwich lunch!
- Hot drinks & Snacks
- Dry bag
- Rain Boots
- Rain Jacket & Pants
- Kayaking gear!

* What should I bring?
- Layer up!
- Water-resistant/waterproof shoes & warm socks
​- Active Wear made of synthetic & water-wicking materials​
- Fleece Jacket
- Rain Jacket & Pants if you have your own
- Gloves and winter hat or baseball cap
- Please, no cotton or denim
- Your Camera!

Cancellation Policy

No-shows, cancellations 7 days or less, those leaving a trip early of their own accord, or those refusing to sign an unmodified liability waiver will not receive a refund. All trips run rain or shine. When traveling to Alaska, you should prepare for rain as it is what keeps us lush and green.

MORE THAN 30 DAYS before your reservation, we will refund your card minus the following per person booking fees:
- Resurrection Bay and Bear Lake day trips - $20 per person
- Aialik and Bear Glacier day trips - $50 per person
- Overnight and Multi-day trips - $200 per person

15 TO 30 DAYS before your reservation, we will refund your card minus 25% of your total invoice.
7 TO 14 DAYS before your reservation, 50% of your total invoice is due.
WITHIN 7 DAYS of your reservation: There will be no refunds. The full balance will be due and charged to your card on file.

If Adventure Sixty North LLC is forced to cancel a trip for any reason; the trip will be rescheduled or refunded. We reserve the right to cancel any trip due to the discretion of our personnel and their field experience. In such cases, our liability extends to the cost of the class or trip only, not travel and accommodations made by our customers.

Note: Once any trips start/depart and or must terminate early or extend due to any reason, there will be no refunds. This also applies to our overnight and multi-day trips. For overnight/multi-day trips, we recommend adding a buffer day on either end of your trip. Although weather delays in drop-off and pick-up are rare, they can happen. Alaska is still wild and Mother Nature has her own plan. For all trips and travel to Alaska in general, we highly recommend trip or travel insurance.