Seward, Alaska has some of the most sought after sea kayaking right at our door step! 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! We are a small outdoor company and specialize in small group tours with no more than 6 guests per guide!!
These trips do not provide kayaking to glaciers. For day trips to kayak with a glacier, please see our
Kayak & Hike
Trip Length: Full Day
Check-in Time: 8:10 am
Minimum Age: 12 years old
Enter code - EB20BVCH
Early Birds Special:
$130 ea. + tax
Price: $145 ea. + tax
2 person minimum
Get acquainted with Resurrection Bay and explore the best of the bay in Seward, Alaska. Caines Head majestically marks the end of Resurrection Bay and the beginning of the Gulf of Alaska. Because of its prime location, Caines Head played a major part in protecting Seward and the rest of the bay from attacks in WWII. Feel the history as you explore the barracks of Fort McGilvray, take in the picture-perfect birds-eye views of the bay, and experience the best of Resurrection Bay.
Departing from Lowell Point Recreation Area, we paddle south along the coastline toward the mouth of the Bay. Keep an eye out for fun loving otters, salmon-hunting eagles, and the occasional whale or elusive mountain goats. Along the way, enjoy the scenic view of Godwin Glacier on the eastern side of the bay. We land on the North Beach of Caines Head State Park, former site of the Fort McGilvray Boat Dock. Stretch out as we hike up to Fort McGilvray, where a post card perfect view overlooks Cape Resurrection. Take a load off and enjoy the view as you eat lunch, snacks, and re-hydrate! The journey continues as we head back to Lowell Point.
Hot drinks & Snacks
Rain Jacket & Pants
What should I bring?
Water-resistant/ water proof shoes & warm socks
Active Wear made of synthetic & water-wicking materials
Rain Jacket & Pants if you have your own
Hiking boots or shoes to hike in
Please, no cotton or denim
Extra snacks if you've got an appetite