Enjoy remote Alaska at its best. Go with this small, family-owned company in Homer for a magical kayaking experience, with the option to add on a gorgeous hike to an iceberg studded glacier lake!
Explore Scenic Kachemak Bay & Halibut Cove
You’ll depart from Homer In a small group of just 4-8 people. All trips begin with a boat ride of about 30 minutes across the bay, during which you’ll keep an eye out for otters, nesting eagles, and the occasional whale or bear. Never kayaked before? No problem! Everyone gets pro tips before setting off in the kayak, and all technical gear is provided.
Full-Day Glacier Lake Hike and Kayak
The most popular tour! You’ll start in the morning with a scenic boat ride to a trailhead in Kachemak Bay State Park that’s accessible only by water. You’ll then walk an easy 2.5 miles up to a gorgeous glacier lake, where Three Moose has an exclusive kayak outpost. Then it’s time to paddle! You’ll kayak around the icebergs and up to a viewing spot overlooking Grewingk Glacier, where you’ll enjoy the lunch you’ve packed—you might even have the opportunity to touch an iceberg! After lunch, you’ll hike out and return to Homer by boat.
About Three Moose Kayak Adventures
Owner Jordan Hess took a vacation to Alaska 25 years ago, fell in love with it, and wanted to show others the same gorgeous backcountry on a unique adventure tour. When he hiked up to the glacier lake, he knew he had found his destination. Not only was it a beautiful area, but 20 years ago, this was the only place in Alaska to kayak on a glacier lake. Adding in some hiking allows for even more exploration. Jordan’s sons also couldn’t resist the allure of this area—they’re now guiding trips, too!
What to Bring
Dress in layers, extra fleece jacket or sweater, warm hat, rain jacket
Sturdy hiking shoes
Prices & Dates
|Season||June 1 to Aug 31|
|Rates||Full-Day Glacier Lake Hike & Kayak // $199+ per person|
|Rate Notes||Age Limit: Children are welcome. Contact Three Moose to find the best trip to suit your family!|
|Gear Provided: Gloves, Dry bags for cameras and valuables, Waterproof boots (sometimes not needed)|