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Seward Winter Kayaking Adventure

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Kayak during our shoulder season!

Bundle up and make your way down to Miller’s Landing to have a unique and serene adventure in Resurrection Bay during our shoulder season. We are offering short kayaking tours along the coast so winter travellers can enjoy some time on the water.

Late fall, winter and early spring is a magical time in Seward. The light can be soft all day which makes for some amazing photographic opportunities!

Depart Miller’s Landing’s main office for Tonsina Beach, kayaking along the jagged cliff lines and under our stunning snow-covered mountains. Learn about local and natural history while looking for wildlife with your guide along the way. Continue along the coast or explore the local beaches and trails with your guide for small treasures and memories, almost always found along the Alaskan coast. Let your guide know what you are comfortable with and we will do our best to plan an enjoyable winter kayaking experience for you.

This trip will include snacks, a warm lunch and beverages, poggies for your hands, a dry suit and other kayaking gear, as well as a guide to show you the way. We suggest wearing your warmest layers like wool, fleece, puffer jackets, a beanie, long johns, and gloves and bringing any extra layers you might need. Keep in mind your jacket and pants need to fit into a dry suit, snow pants, ski jackets as well as extra puffed jackets may not fit

Meeting Time
Ending Time
Meeting Place
9:30 am
Plan to arrive at 9:30 am to check in, pack up, put a drysuit on and meet your guide before your trip. Which is scheduled to depart at 10 a
Between 2 and 4 pm
Expect to arrive at Millers Landing between around 2 pm. Leave time to get un-geared. This varies on the speed of the group, weather, and tide conditions
Meet at the main office, 13880 Beach Drive Seward, AK. Check in early to meet your guide and gear up for your adventure
Age Requirements
What to Bring
We do not currently provide children’s dry suits but plan to in the future. Please contact us directly with questions! We provide the gear, like the kayak, PFD, spray skirt, dry bag, snowshoes, pogies, dry suit, and neoprene booties As well as a warm home-cooked lunch, and snacks Be sure to bring warm and waterproof layers that will fit under a dry suit, don’t forget a beanie, water bottle, warm socks, preferably wool (bring an extra pair just in case), and your favorite snacks! We also recommend bringing your own yak tracks or micro spikes

More Information

  • All kayaking gear and instructions provided
  • Gratuities are not included in the original sale price. A suggested 20% guide tip is greatly appreciated!
  • Please note: All participants paddle tandem kayaks. This paddle is approximately 4 to 6 hours long.
  • This trip will be cancelled if winds exceed 15kts or are expected to rise during the day. We do not want to risk your guides or guests’ safety, especially during the winter months when accessibility is greatly reduced. Thank you for your understanding!

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