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Kenia Fjords National Park

The central mountain range of the Kenai Peninsula is covered with a huge ice field, the Harding Icefield (3,500 sq miles), situated at an average altitude of 5,200 ft. and creates all of Kenai Fjord’s glaciers. The only way to see the park’s impressive fjord’s coast, marine wildlife and tidewater glaciers is to join a half- or full-day boat trip from the port of Seward.

Kenai Fjords

A total of 32 tidewater glaciers, including Aialik Glacier, regularly 'calve' huge chunks of ice into the fjords.

"Calving" Glaciers Marine wildlife

Resurrection Bay and surrounding waters are full of marine wildlife, including humpback- and killer whales!

The Harding Icefield covers aproximately 50% of the surface of the Kenai peninsula

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