Seward has 13 hiking trails. These trails range from 4 to 15 miles in length. The most popular trails are Harding Icefield, Ptarmigan Lake and Exit Glacier. Trails.com member Marta C. recently completed Exit Glacier.
Harding IcefieldView Trail Details
This long day hike in the Exit Glacier area of Kenai Fjords National Park winds through the forest and climbs above tree line to an ice age experience ...
Exit GlacierView Trail Details
Two short day-hiking trails, within view of a glacier, and the only road access within Kenai Fjords National Park. Exit Glacier is one of the ...
Russian LakesView Trail Details
This trail has two large mountain lakes, boating, camping, and
ﬁshing, as the sockeye salmon runs attract all types of wildlife,
Exit Glacier and Harding Ice FieldView Trail Details
no city of Anchorage, and railroad construction was just beginning, but there was a Mount Marathon race. The runners in this mountain marathon ...
Crescent and Carter LakesView Trail Details
A trail traveling by subalpine lakes, with options for day trips or longer overnight treks in the Kenai Mountains. Crescent Lake, 6 miles long ...
Lost LakeView Trail Details
Camping, ﬁshing, long day or backpack trip options, and miles of
alpine access are the big draws to Lost Lake.
Mount Marathon, Race PointView Trail Details
In 1915, a bet in Seward started a race up Mount Marathon that is still repeated every Fourth of July. Back then, there was no Seward Highway, ...
Johnson PassView Trail Details
A popular overnight hike in the Kenai Mountains through alpine
with two backcountry lakes and options for out-and-back or
thru-hikes from north ...
Ptarmigan LakeView Trail Details
Camping, ?shing, berries, and a beautiful glacially-fed lake are top reasons for hiking the Ptarmigan Lake Trail. A long, blue-green glacial ...
Caines HeadView Trail Details
Along the coastline of Resurrection Bay, this trail offers ocean wildlife, coastal scenery, ?shing, history, cabins, and camping.
Caines Head ...
Kenai Fjords National Park: Harding Icefield LoopView Trail Details
Hike to an ocean of ice—and escape the crowds by making it an
overnight. The Ice Age clings to life in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords, where 40 glaciers ...
Lost Lake TraverseView Trail Details
In July this is perhaps the most beautiful trail the Kenai Peninsula has to offer. Climbing through a hemlock and spruce forest, the trail emerges ...
Caines Head, with an abandoned World War II army fort and exquisite bay views framed by coastal rainforest, offers a blend of historical curiosity ...