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Exit Glacier - Seward, Alaska

October 9, 2016

It is only an easy one mile hike out to Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park! The trail starts out paved, and then turns in to a very nice gravel trail. 174 more words


A Bucket List Hike: Harding Ice Field

Hi everyone!  I’ve been trying to hike a lot this summer, and was happy to cross quite a few off my bucket list over the last few months.   763 more words


Wildlife of Kenai Peninsula

Amid the craggy mountains and massive icefields of Alaska rests the Kenai Peninsula extending approximately 150 miles (240 km) into the Gulf of Alaska.

Surrounded by frigid waters teeming with sea life and the towering masses of the Kenai Mountains, the Peninsula is host to a plethora of wildlife. 361 more words



How can we capture Alaska in words? The beauty really is magnificent, just as everyone says. It’s almost too surreal – as if living in a photo. 699 more words


NPS seeks public input for proposed wildland fire management plans in 4 Alaska parks

The National Park Service is soliciting public input on the proposed development of fire management plans for 28 park units nationwide including four in Alaska — Glacier Bay, Klondike Gold Rush, Kenai Fjords and Aniakchak. 191 more words

Active Wildland Fire

Energy Department Identifies New Global Threat: Pumpkins Cause Climate Change

How scary are your jack-o’-lanterns? Scarier than you think, according to the Energy Department, which is claiming the holiday squash is responsible for unleashing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere…(read more)

Source: Washington Times

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Aialik Glacier

Dearest Mickey,

My first tidewater glacier proved to be just as magnanimous as the land glaciers. There a quite a few in the southern part of the Kenai Peninsula, and I chose to see Aialik Glacier on a day boat trip through the Kenia Fjords National Park. 67 more words