Kenai Fjords National Park Photo Gallery

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Full of towering and brilliant blue glaciers, stunning fjords, and lush valleys and forests, Alaska's Kenai Fjords National Park is a natural and geologic treasure.  
Credit: Tony Beeman/Flickr 
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The pristine beauty of Resurrection Bay. Boat trips around the bay are a popular way to see the Kenai Peninsula's mountains, glaciers, and occasionally humpback whales, which feed in the bay. An abundant stock of salmon, halibut, rockfish, and cod also make the bay a popular spot for fishing trips.  
Credit: Alan Vernon/Flickr 
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Kayaks offer adventurous travelers a more intimate experience of the park's spectacular waterways.  
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Sea lions are just one of the many marine mammal species that inhabit Kenai Fjords National Park. Harbor seals, sea otters, dolphins, porpoises, as well as orca, minke, and humpback whales may all be seen in the park's waters.  
Credit: Anne-Dabney/Flickr 
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Aialik Glacier towering over a boat in Aialik Bay  
Credit: Dan Hershman/Flickr 
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Stark rock formations in the waters of Kenai Fjords  
Credit: Tony Beeman/Flickr 
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Thick-billed murres resting on a granite wall. Murres are one of dozens of species of birds found in the park.  
Credit: Anne-Dabney/Flickr 
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Birds wheeling around a soaring granite fin  
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A chunk of glacial ice cleaves off into the water.  
Credit: Dan Hershman/Flickr 
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Mirror-like reflections in the waters off Kenai Fjords  
 
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