Time has come for the curtain to fall on our Alaska series Denali to Kenai. This is the 23rd and last post in the series. Thank you to everyone who has followed and commented on our posts – it has been a blast!

In this last post I will leave you with some wonderful sunsets and our personal Top 3 adventures from Alaska.

Alaska SunsetHubby is documenting the sunset over Cook Inlet

NUMBER 1: Kayaking under a roaming glacier

We spent the morning kayaking under Harvard Glacier completely surrounded by floating icebergs. Read about it here.

Alaska Prince William Sound

Number 2 : Denali National Park and Preserve

Tundra, taiga, glacier, permafrost, wildlife, North-America’s tallest mountain – you name it, Denali has it all!


number 3 : Hiking the Harding Icefield

The Harding Icefield hike on Kenai Peninsula is one of the most spectacular hikes I have ever done. It left me amazed and full of gratitude.

Hiking Harding Icefield

To read about what else we were up to in the last frontier check out our post Denali to Kenai that sums up all our Alaska posts.

Which Alaskan Adventures would make your Top 3 list?

What is up next you say? The answer is Yellowstone. We spent 3 weeks in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park in September this fall and can’t wait to share the photos and amazing experiences with you.

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