The fjords are calm yet rugged, intricate, and full of wildlife and soaring vistas. It's hard to imagine a better place for a sea-kayaking expedition. They also are extremely remote and very rainy, so a trip there is a poor choice for your first outing. Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking offers a kayaking day trip to Aialik Bay. They take guests out on a small charter boat for a wildlife tour, then you launch and paddle in front of the glacier while the boat stands by. The price for the day trip is $399 -- expensive, but it is the best of the best. To get more of a feel for the place, spend a couple of days. Sunny Cove's overnight glacier trip costs $699; a 3-day, 2-night journey in Northwestern Fjord is $1,249. Experienced cold-water paddlers can rent kayaks and explore Aialik Bay on their own, using the Park Service cabins for shelter. Miller's Landing rents kayaks and offers water taxi drop-offs.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.