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Wilderness Adventure Tours beyond Imagination

Welcome to the only lodge within the 700,000 acre Kenai Fjords National Park! Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge is an Alaska eco lodge completely surrounded by Kenai Fjords National Park. Situated on the shores of a protected lagoon in full view of Pedersen Glacier, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge offers an unprecedented way for Alaska travelers to experience Kenai Fjords National Park. Featuring an elegantly rustic main lodge and sixteen nicely appointed cabins, the Glacier Lodge pairs modern comfort with the wilds of remote Alaska. By day, guests can choose from a range of activities to match individual interests and energy levels, from guided nature walks to sea kayaking through the lagoon and Aialik Bay. More relaxing options include strolling the pristine beachfront or perusing the naturalist library. In the evening, the lodge serves as the dining room and lounge, featuring wilderness fine dining and a stunning view of Pedersen Glacier - the ideal venue to relax in appreciation of Alaska's majestic beauty. As an Alaska eco lodge, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge was built to minimize the impact on the natural area and is managed with a strong commitment to ecological sensitivity. By providing so many diverse and engaging activities at one ideal location, the lodge reduces the energy footprint of travel. Additionally, the total number of guests at the lodge is limited to minimize environmental impact. To learn more, visit our ecotourism in action page. The Lodge and guest cabins reside within the Native-owned, 1,700 acre Pedersen Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary. These heritage lands, owned by Port Graham Native Corporation, represent a small portion of the ancestral homeland of the Alutiiq people that once lived along and roamed the entire coast of Southcentral Alaska.


Anchorage - Seward

Individual transfer to the rail station in Anchorage. Board the legendary Alaska Railroad for a departure at 6.45 am to Seward. The rail tour offers incomparable vistas of fjords, glaciers and mountains as you follow the Cook Inlet/Turnagain Arm, then climb steeply through the coastal mountains to cross Moose Pass. Arrive in Seward at 11.05 am. Enjoy a full day at leisure in Seward. Seward provides a variety of outdoor activities from 1/2 day fishing trips to sea kayaking instructions. Don’t miss to visit the Sea-Life Center one of the largest Cold Water Marine Research Institutes in the world. Enjoy some delicious and fresh Alaska seafood (Salmon, Halibut, King Crabs) for dinner on the harbor front. >> Additional Sightseeing Tours Overnight: Seward


Seward - Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge 

A stay at the Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge begins and ends with a marine wildlife and glacier cruise through Kenai Fjords National Park. Departing from Seward, small boat touring is often the preferred mode of exploration for more intimate wilderness experiences and enhanced natural history interpretation. The park is also a prime destination for whale watching. On the 4-5 h. journey to the wilderness lodge, keep your eyes out for incredible views of the Kenai Peninsula and a variety of marine wildlife. Seek out whales, Steller sea lions, Dall’s porpoises, sea otters, puffins and more. Relax and take in the beauty of this pristine area - both to and from the Glacier Lodge. Feel the salt spray mix with mountain mist as we explore the stunning seascape and listen for thundering booms as giant slabs of glacier calve into the sea, heard as far as 20 miles away. Journey to the face of massive tidewater glaciers, descending amid mountain peaks from the sprawling Harding Icefield. Meals Included: L-D


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge | Kenai Fjords 

Enjoy spectacular views of Pedersen Glacier from the comforts of the main lodge deck. With only 16 log cabins surrounded by a 1,700 acre wildlife sanctuary, it's safe to assume you'll find plenty of "me-time." For over 30 years, we sought to balance authentic Alaska wilderness experiences with premium service and comfortable lodging. Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge continues this tradition, offering new access to Alaska's breathtaking seacoast; these private cabins feature on-demand heat, electricity and a full bath. A network of boardwalks connect the cabins, protecting the environment. In addition, the breathtaking location of the wilderness cabins is another highlight. Guest cabins are designed to be minimally visible from the Pedersen Lagoon while still offering spectacular views from within. Built with the surrounding wilderness in mind, guests need not leave the comforts of their private cabins; the immensity of the Alaskan landscape is just outside the cabin window. Meals Included: B-L-D


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge - Seward - Anchorage

Savor another morning in the wilds of the Kenai Fjords National Park; kayak, canoe or beachcomb for a half-day before boarding our boat for the return wildlife and whale watching cruise to Seward. En route, enjoy another opportunity to photograph the sheer cliffs of the fjords, scan for a variety of birds and look out for marine mammals. You arrive again at the Seward Harbor by 5:30 pm. If you have a reservation for the return trip onboard the Alaska Railroad to Anchorage, we make sure you arrive with plenty of time to catch the evening train at 6:00 pm. The tour concludes with the arrival at the railroad depot in Anchorage around 10:15 pm. Tour extensions in Seward, at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge or in Anchorage are individually available. Please contact us. Meals Included: B-L


Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge Rates | Daily Departures from May - September
Rates in US $ | per Person Double
May 15 - May 31 $ 3430.00
June 1 - August 31 $ 3560.00
September 1 - September 15 $ 3430.00


Services included
  • 1 Night Seward First Class Hotel 
  • 2 Nights Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge Cabin Accommodation | Private Bath
  • Round Trip Rail Transportation Anchorage - Seward - Anchorage
  • Dome Car Train Seating 
  • Hotel Taxes
  • Rail Station Transfers in Seward
  • 2x Breakfast
  • 3x Lunch
  • 2x Dinner
  • Seward Harbor Tax
  • Roundtrip Transportation from Seward to the Lodge
  • Marine Wildlife and Glacier Cruise
  • Use of Sea-Kayaks incl. Instructions
  • Guided Nature Walks
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