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Kayak Rental and Guided Travel Services

kayaking Sadie Cove AlaskaKayak rentals include all the equipment you'll need: kayak, spray skirt, paddle and life vest. As kayaking is a water sport, make sure you bring clothes that will dry easily and keep you warm when wet. If you are new to kayaking, we recommend that you go with a guide for the first day and if everything checks out we'll set you up to go independently.

Cold water (38 degrees F), changing weather patterns and strong tidal currents are good reasons to take sea kayaking seriously. There is little room for error in these cold waters so our guides are trained to teach invaluable skills. Basic knowledge helps new paddlers get the experience and confidence they need to explore by water.

“We felt as if we were in our own aquarium with all of the aquatic species that we encountered during the calm water mornings. I would like to suggest all visitors enjoy the same experience from your kayak. We enjoyed the most exquisite sunrises from the double bed as we arose each morning.” Will, Nicole, Debra and Sandy, Anchorage, Ak.

Sadie Lagoon High Tide Kayak Tour

This 2-hour tour will take us into a magical, hidden lagoon that transforms itself with the coming of high tide. At low tide the lagoon resembles a dry, flat river delta that is constantly flushed with nutrient loaded salt water that provides many marine animals with food. In July and August a wild salmon run attracts eagles, seabirds and black bear for a nourishing meal.

As we enter the lagoon on the rising tide our kayaks provide the perfect platform to observe these wonderful interactions. We'll float up the tide-flooded river and count hundreds of salmon as they bump our boats and fill the stream. If we're quiet we might be lucky enough to witness a black bear stuffing itself with the rich salmon it will need to survive the long, dark Alaskan winter. Photographers will also enjoy the opportunity to observe eagles in all phases of maturity as they feed on the rich abundance of salmon in the lagoon.


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Wilderness lodge, kayaking, rental cabin Sadie Cove Alaska
59°29'N - 151°22'W
Willie Condon & Marcee Gray
PO Box 15342, Fritz Creek, Alaska 99603
Phone: 907-756-3536
Email: sailwood@hotmail.com or sailwood2@hotmail.com

 

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