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      Prince William Sound is one of Alaska’s greatest treasures with its awe-inspiring glaciers, abundant marine and terrestrial wildlife, unique flora and fauna and over 2000 salmon streams. For many people, including fishermen, photographers, back country enthusiasts, kayakers, sightseers, birders, and whale watchers it is truly paradise in the Alaskan Wilderness. (Click Here for more Information on Prince William Sound)

      Kenai Fjords National Park derives its name from the long, glacier-carved valleys that are now filled with ocean waters. A stunning expanse of more than 600,000 acres, the park is home to an overwhelming array of wildlife. Just as The Harriman Expedition predicted in 1899 when they visited the fjords, this area is both a national treasure and a scenic tourist attraction. In order to protect the landscape and the wildlife, the area was proclaimed a national monument in 1978, and then Kenai Fjords National Park was established in 1980. (Click Here for more Information on Kenai Fjords)

      Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. It is a very picturesque town, well known for many things, including being the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park, but perhaps it is most renowned for its dramatic location at the base of Mount Marathon (3,022 feet) and the head of Resurrection Bay. Resurrection Bay is a jewel in Alaska’s marine treasure chest, rewarding visitors with stunning scenery, fantastic wildlife viewing and excellent fishing opportunities. There are also 5 state marine parks, accessible only by boat, located along the eastern side of Resurrection Bay and around Cape Resurrection to Day Harbor. (Click Here for more Information on Resurrection Bay and Seward)


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