Kenai Fjords National Park – Information

Kenai Fjord National Park

Kenai Fjord National Park (Photo credit: heartonastick)

Kenai Fjords National Park is certainly a lingering reminder of the Ice Age. There are still around 40 glaciers still flowing from the Harding Icefield, the crowning glory of the Kenai Fjords National Park. Add to that the lush forests and icy waters teeming with wildlife, no wonder this place is so popular with visitors trying to get a glimpse of life in the freezer. It’s also a great place to witness first hand the effects that our modern lifestyle is having on the planet, the shrinking glaciers are just one great example.

If a trip to the Ice Age is something you fancy before it’s too late, then take a look at the following information to help you plan your adventure. Don’t forget to take plenty of clothes with you, nice warm ones, it does get mighty chilly in these parts.

Directions to Kenai Fjords National Park – just how do you get to this icy wilderness anyhow?

Kenai Fjords National Park Operating Hours & Seasons – and how can you be sure it will be open when you get there?

Kenai Fjords National Park Fees & Reservations – how much is all of this gonna’ cost? Well, you need to know, plus do you need to make any reservations in advance of your trip?

Geology of Kenai Fjords National Park – a little more info on those glaciers wouldn’t go amiss now would it?


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