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Seward is a port city in southern Alaska, set on an inlet on the Kenai Peninsula. It’s a gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park, where glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield into coastal fjords. Surrounded by peaks, the fjords are a whale and porpoise habitat. The city’s Alaska SeaLife Center has seals and puffins, and fishing boats fill Seward Harbor. To the west, a trail leads to the summit of Mount Marathon. – Google
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Wildlife: Humpbacks, Orcas, gray whales, harbor seals, sea lions, puffins—and that's just on the coast! There are bears in the mountains above. And that bald eagle that reigns court over the harbor. Kenai Fjords National Park is home to some of Alaska's finest wildlife watching.

Hiking: From the lush rainforests to shimmering high alpine lakes, there are some world-class trails to tackle in Seward. 
Resurrection River: Starting up high in the Kenai Mountains and draining into Resurrection Bay just north of Seward, this is one impressive river. Take in its breadth and beauty from the deck at the Resurrection Roadhouse—this is where the wide, braided gravel river bed stretches across to the slopes of Mt. Marathon. Watch the clouds rolls in and out while you enjoy a microbrew from Goliath Bar & Grill

Lowell Point: Alaska is full of quirky towns. Lowell Point, at the end of the road just south of Seward, is a particularly cool little neighborhood of rugged and hobbit-like homes tucked beneath massive trees. Each home is a unique expression of individuality and connection with the natural world. 
Seafood Bonanza: Seward has a thriving commercial fishing industry. It's no surprise it has some tasty and incredibly fresh grub, too. The Resurrection Roadhouse (at the Seward Windsong Lodge) has a killer Creole Bouillabaisse featuring Alaska halibut, salmon, cod, scallops and King Crab.

Coffee: From espresso shacks to full-serve cafés, there are a lot of cool spots to drink coffee in Seward. Favorite coffee spots include Resurrect Art Coffee House (located inside a refurbished church), Sea Bean Café and Nature's Nectars.
The people: Maybe it's all the rain that forges such strong bonds—Seward is full of passionate people united by a love for this place. People here genuinely care about where they live and work and the incredible environment it's part of. From marine science non-profits and athletic clubs to arts and culture, the community is vibrant and committed.

The road to Seward: From Anchorage, the drive to Seward is very scenic, to say the least. Just getting here is a stunning journey. 
The Harbor: From the fishermen weighing their haul to that otter who swims among the boats, it's always fun to hang out in the harbor at Seward. This is one of the most lucrative fishing harbors in the United States! 

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