Touch, See, and Experience the
Real Kachemak Bay
Kachemak Bay State Park and Wilderness Area provides many opportunities for the visitor that likes to explore a coastal forest, climb a mountain, hike to distant glacier, or take an easy hike to a glacier lake. This area offers some the best hiking, wildlife photography, wildlife viewing, and scenery in Alaska!
Seaman's Ecotour Adventures provides guided hiking tours and mountain hiking on the Park's well maintained trails. Your will hike with an experienced guide and naturalist. All your will need is your hiking footwear, day packs, drinks, and camera! Hikers should bring raingear or windbreaker in event of inclement weather.
We offer a number of day hikes, from an easy half-day hike to a glacial lake at the base of Grewingk Glacier to longer hikes to climb mountain ridges or ascend one or more of the larger coastal mountains.
We have included a sample of pictures from a few recent trips to give you a sense of the scenery, wildlife, and experiences that are availble. Please contact us for more info on the hikes that are available.
Local Homer hiker enjoy a hike on a sunny day. This picture shows the view (about 150 degrees) that you would experience on a hike to Grewingk Glacier. (click this picture for a larger view)
There are many options available for guided hikes in Kachemak Bay State Park. There are many exciting trips available, whether you want to hike to a glacier or glacier lake, climb a mountain top, or just explore the coastal forest. Hikes are often combinded with wildlife tours. We will design a trip to meet your interests and abilities of your group. Please contact us to learn more about options available and plan for your trip. Hikes in the park are typically full-day trips, full-day prices apply ($550 for two people, $600 for three, and $650 for four to six). Half trips (up to 4 hours, either morning or afternoon) are available for $150 less.
These hikers from England thought of this as the magical forest, with light streaming in through the trees.
A look at the view midway up the mountain.
View of the head of Sadie Cove and Kenai Mountains
Alpine and sub-tundra areas offer a diversity of wild flowers.
Hiking along a mountain ridge to the peak, approximately 3000 feet high.
A view of a hoary marmot in the mountainous alpine tundra.
Man and canine friend overlooking the Grewingk Glacier and lake.
More coastal forest with its lush undergrowth.
Hiker glassing down at bald eagles and hawks gliding in the wind and updrafts.
A welcome glimpse of a few black bears along Glacier Lake (click for larger view).
Panoramic view across little Tutka Bay toward Tutka Bay lagoon.
A view of Glacier Lake looking south to the Grewingk Glacier.
Kachemak Bay Ecotours, Hiking and Trekking, Alaska Culture and History,
Wildlife Photography, and Tidepooling in the Kachemak Bay and Homer Alaska Area
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