Explore Kodiak’s spectacular beauty and learn about its wartime history during this scenic hike through Fort Abercrombie State Park.
Fantastic bird and whale sighting opportunities
Comfortable hike through historic landmarks
Magnificent ocean views
Professional English-speaking guide
Level 3: Active - good mobility needed
Depart the pier for the drive to the park. Upon arrival, your guide will lead you on a hike along well-maintained natural and gravel trails offering breathtaking views. A variety of seabirds inhabit the park’s coastline, and whale sightings are frequently reported in this area throughout the season.
The natural earth trails lead you through forested areas, some with 10% to 20% inclines, as well as near ocean bluffs. Remnants of WWII bunkers and gun placements are found throughout the park, and a stop at Miller Point provides sweeping ocean views.
Your hike will conclude back at the main parking area, where you will re-board your bus for the return drive to the pier.
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Walking information: 2 ½ to 3 km’s of trail on natural earth terrain. Small elevation changes
Requirements: Weather resistant layers and hiking shoes/boots. Guests need to dress in layers.