Dundas Bay

Elfin Cove, Alaska

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Dundas Bay is a special place that relatively few kayakers visit. Its upper reaches are definitely off the beaten track. It is part of Glacier Bay National Park, but since it lies 18 miles west of Bartlett Cove and only 6.5 miles north of Elfin Cove, it is described here. You are sure to see a lot of sea otters, river otters, black bears, deer, moose, and if you are lucky some wolves here. Ducks and geese are plentiful as well.

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"Dundas Bay is a special place that relatively few kayakers visit. Its upper reaches are definitely off the beaten track. It is part of Glacier Bay National Park, but since it lies 18 miles west of Bartlett Cove and only 6.5 miles north of Elfin Cove, it is described here. You are sure to see a lot of sea otters, river otters, black bears, deer, moose, and if you are lucky some wolves here. Ducks and geese are plentiful as well."

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Elfin Cove
Distance: 40
Skill Level: Easy to Difficult
Duration: 2 to 3 days
Season: Best in May to August
Local Maps: NOAA #17302
Driving Directions: Directions to Dundas Bay

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May 2018