Included & À La Carte excursions

Glacier Lake Kayaking

This excursion combines three adventures into one amazing adventure:

  • Boating

  • Hiking

  • Kayaking

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Glacier Lake Kayaking in Alaska

Join us on an adventure through some of Alaska’s most spectacular, unique, and scenic destinations.

Boat just a few miles to the trailhead, then hike 3 miles to where our kayaks are stored on Grewingk Glacier Lake. From there you’ll take a guided Alaskan kayak tour toward the crystal blue ice and have the adventure of a lifetime.

Paddle amidst icebergs and shorebirds as you approach the face of this ancient glacier.

Enjoy your picnic lunch on the shore overlooking the 13-mile ice field, surrounded by towering mountains.

The valley is full of wildlife including moose, black bear, mountain goats and a wide variety of birds. This full day trip includes gourmet picnic, snacks and drinks. 


Read more about this trip on our blog posts:

5 Reasons to Go Kayaking on Grewingk Glacier Lake

Glacier Lake Kayaing with Stillpoint Lodge


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Family looking at icebergs in Alaska lake
Picnic at Grewingk Glacier

How To Visit

Your adventure awaits. Begin planning your Alaskan vacation by reserving a stay at Stillpoint Lodge. With a unique combination of eco-adventure, leisure, and wellness... on the edge of the wilderness, there’s no better way to have an authentic Alaskan trip of a lifetime.

No matter how you prefer to spend your vacation, we’re excited to help you create your one-of-a-kind journey. Thanks for choosing Stillpoint Lodge as your preferred Alaskan resort!

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And no one can better offer you that experience than Stillpoint Lodge.”

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