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|Alaska's Kenai Peninsula is truly one of the
world's most beautiful places. During their Alaska fishing vacation, many anglers choose
to give their weary arms a day off from fishing and often choose to spend this day
enjoying the many splendors of the Peninsula region.
In addition to some
of the other (non-angling) trips that we offer, these are some of some of the neat
things that you might do when visiting the Kenai Peninsula:
August Sunset over Cook Inlet
Visit Portage Glacier about forty miles southeast of
Anchorage just off the Sterling Highway. Visitor's Center and boat cruises of the lake at
the glacier's terminus.
If you're looking for an aerial perspective of Kenai
Fjords National Park, consider a helicopter or plane tour of the immense Harding Icefields
across the bay from Homer.
Where else but Alaska can you tee it up at
midnight with regulation balls?
Era Aviation offers Nostalgic Air Cruises from
Anchorage. Available from late May through the end of September. An elegantly decorated
DC-3 serves as the plane for these scenic flights that have varying routes (depending upon
weather) over such areas as Denali, Prince William Sound, the Alaska Range, or the Harding
Ice Field. The 40's revisited!
Stop by the Visitors' Center in
either Kenai or Soldotna. You can see the mount of the world-record king salmon, or perhaps look at the
famous 'Kenai Snag' comprised of thousands of lures (and other assorted fishing gear) that
was drug up from the bottom of the Kenai River.
Perhaps spend an afternoon on the world-famous Homer
Spit. Visit the Salty Dog Saloon or drop by the numerous merchants, restaurants, or
watch the charter boats come in
with the day's catches. Make sure to bring lots of film as the vista
across the bay is spectacular!
A visit to the new
Alaska Sealife Center in Seward which offers
visitors numerous sealife exhibits.
A guided tour of the Kenai / Swanson Lakes
Canoe Trail systems.
Visit the small town of Ninilchik
and visit the most photographed building on the Kenai Peninsula: the Russian
Orthodox Church sitting atop a bluff overlooking Cook Inlet (below).
These are just a few of the seemingly endless possibilities of some of
the non-fishing activities available of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, if you have a Peninsula business that offers a unique experience, email us and tell us about it! Perhaps we'll include
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