Then it’s out to the confluence of two rivers with the lodge’s expert guides, where you’ll cast your line for famous salmon—king, sockeye, silver, or pink, depending on the season.
AWA's Kenai River Scenic Float Trip offers a nice introduction to the river, taking you along a stretch of the scenic Upper Kenai closed to motorized boats.
Natron Air’s owner and only pilot, Tim, can take you flightseeing to some of Alaska’s most beautiful places: the Harding Icefield and Mt. You can also opt for a bear-viewing tour that includes a beach landing, where you can photograph bears in their natural environment.
Traveling to remote rivers makes fishing in Alaska an extra-special experience.
The gift shop features souvenirs, maps, books, music, and locally produced items. The City of Kenai's visitor center goes well beyond a person at a counter handing out maps.
The gift shop features souvenirs, maps, books, music, and locally produced items. The Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area is a place whose valleys and mountains, communities and people tell the larger story of a wild place and a rugged frontier.