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Bridal Veil Waterfall Paddle

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Stunning Waterfalls and Ghost Forests in Alaska

The Bridal Veil waterfall kayak tour leaves from the beautiful Miller’s Landing area of Lowell Point. You will travel from Miller’s to Bridal Veil Falls Beach with its beautiful ghost forest (remains of the 1964 Alaskan earthquake), eagles perched in nearby trees, and a beautiful creek that feeds into the ocean. We then land at the beach and continue onto the beautiful Bridal Veil waterfall to see the cascading wonder.

Keep a lookout! It’s not unusual for paddlers to see marine life on this trip and sometimes mountain goats and black bears as we kayak throughout this beautiful region of Alaska.

Essential Details


We provide all the necessary kayaking gear like life jackets, light and easy to use paddles, spray decks to keep your legs dry, very stable tandem kayaks, and all the necessary safety equipment.

Before each trip we provide a short orientation on sea kayaking and safety, so everyone is comfortable before we hit the water!


Be sure to pack comfortable shoes that could get wet, and good layers. There is plenty of storage in the boats for spare layers, and other items if packed into small bags around 25 oz. Each guest also gets a dry bag to use during the trip if needed. Reach out if you have questions about gear.

Bringing a Camera? We use sit-in kayaks for this trip, you can have your camera around your neck or in a dry bag.


It’s important to wear quick drying, warm, synthetic layers or wool depending on the temperature and weather conditions. We ask that you avoid cotton clothing like jeans. Here is a small list of things to bring on your kayak trip in Resurrection Bay.

  • Warm synthetic/ wool layers
  • Rain gear
  • Water Bottle
  • Camera


This trip is easy and includes a mellow nature walk. Start by kayaking with your guide, hugging the shoreline watching for wildlife. Paddle roughly 2 miles to your destination, there you will get out and go on a short nature walk on a maintained trail. After the walk, return to Miller’s Landing with your guide by kayaking.

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