3/4 Day Hike and Kayak Combo - Halibut Cove plus Glacier Lake Hike
Guests enjoy our half-day kayak tour of Halibut Cove then the journey continues into the wilderness of Alaska’s first state park. A scenic 1.5 mile hike takes you through several distinct ecosystems; the marine zone, coastal forest, and glacial out-wash plain. Guests are awed by spectacular views of Grewingk Glacier terminating in the picturesque lake. The mile-high mountains, snow-capped peaks, blue glacier ice, and floating ice bergs make for an awe-inspiring experience. Hike back to the trail head and return to Homer by boat.
Difficulty: Easy to moderate: A total of 2 hours paddling, and 2 hours hiking. The 1.5 mile State-Park-maintained trail to Glacier Lake has elevation gains of 350 feet. The trail has many roots and rocks; guests should have good footing and sturdy footwear is recommended.
Cost: $155/person Trip Times: 10am – 5 pm daily Reserve Now!
1/2 Day Guided Hike and Boat Cruise
A non-kayaking option that includes Gull Island, Halibut Cove and guided walk to Glacier Lake!
Experience 3 distinct ecosystems in this land-of-amazement tour; the coastal marine environment, old-growth coastal forest, and glacial outwash. The trip begins with a narrated coastal tour; keep an eye out for sea otters, harbor seals, porpoise, and whales. Cruising near-shore brings us up-close to a 20,000+ member sea bird rookery where the elusive puffins often make an appearance! Our tour continues into the quaint community of Halibut Cove, where guests can see a real Alaska “bush” village, completely separated from the road system. Hear colorful stories of this historic corner of Alaska. Our private dock in Halibut Cove gives us access to a 1.5-mile walk to a nearby glacier lake. Guests are “awed” by the views of the mile-wide Grewingk Glacier dropping into the awe-inspiring lake. Guests can actually touch a 5,000-year-old piece of ice! Hike back to the boat, and return to Homer.
Difficulty: Easy. The 1.5 mile State-Park-maintained trail to the glacier lake has moderate elevation gains of 350 feet. The trail has many roots and rocks; good footing and sturdy footwear are recommended.
Trip Cost: $155 Trip Times: Morning departure, trip times vary Reserve Now!
2-hour Scenic Boat Cruise
As a guided-tour operator, we do not offer drop-off / pick-up water taxi services from Homer. Please contact us for recommendations.
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