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The forests of coastal southcentral Alaska are atmospheric, fresh and alive. On the Kenai Peninsula, where the town of Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park are located, moody and lush low-lying forests nestle up against towering peaks and ancient glaciers.
Where the Resurrection River pours down from the Chugach Mountains and widens into braids, the forest clings to the slope. At the Windsong Lodge, nestled next to the mighty Resurrection River and at the edge of the Chugach National Forest, the forest rules. This is the farthest reach of the same temperate forest that stretches all the way south along the Pacific Coast as far as Northern California. And it's a special place. Everything in the temperate rainforest is connected, from towering trees to tiny lichens.
Here are 5 things we love about this forest:
If you have time and interest in exploring more of the temperate rainforest of the Seward areas, head to Two Lake Park Trail or go exploring at Lowell Point. Be sure to dress appropriately—always bring a raincoat and wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes.
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