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Exit Glacier Guided Walking Tour

Just up the road from Seward Windsong Lodge is the jewel of the Resurrection River Valley; Exit Glacier. This massive wall of blue ice descends the mountainside from the Harding Ice Field, down to the Resurrection River.

Beautiful walking trails wind through the alders and rock croppings to this glistening mass of ice. Seward Windsong Lodge offers two daily guided tours of Exit Glacier. Your naturalist guide provides insightful narration about the topography, vegetation and natural habitats of a glacial environment. Walking routes vary based on tour departure and may include the Overlook Loop Trail and/or the Nature Trail.

Prices from
Adult$30
Ages 2-11*$15

*Must be able to walk 2 miles in 2 ½ hours over wooded trails to participate.

Highlights

  • Visit Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Learn about the topography, vegetation and habitats of this glacier environment from your naturalist guide
  • Follow the path of the glacier through time as you walk over moraines left behind over the decades
  • Transportation to and from the comfortable Seward Windsong Lodge

Getting Here

This tour departs from the Seward Windsong Lodge twice daily at 8:15AM & 12:30PM. 

GPS Coordinates: 
Driving here in a car with GPS? Enter the following coordinates into your GPS unit: Latitude 60.154841"N and Longitude -149.437139"W.

Driving directions:

From Anchorage, travel 126 gorgeous miles along Turnagain Arm and the scenic Seward Highway, arriving in Seward. Be sure to watch for wildlife along the way!

Seward Windsong Lodge is located at mile 0.5 Exit Glacier Road, two miles north of the Seward Small Boat Harbor

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