The Two Lakes Trail is a relaxing, one-mile loop in downtown Seward, suitable for all-levels of hikers. Short and sweet, this trail winds you around an upper and lower lake and a beautiful waterfall to the south of the first lake. Moose are often spotted through this...

The Exit Glacier Overlook is a short hike from the Exit Glacier Nature Center located at the terminus of Herman Leirer Road. This short tromp through ancient, glacier carved landscapes provides breathtaking views of the receding Exit Glacier. Notice the signs along Herman...

The Tonsina Trail is one of Seward's most popular and accessible hikes. There is a $5 parking fee at the trail head on Lowell Point road. Although this trail sees the most traffic in the summer months, it is open year-round to hikers.  You'll meander down a...

You'll find the trail head on the north end of 1st Ave. The Jeep Trail immediately ascends a set of steep switch backs zig-zagging you through a spruce and hemlock forest. The trail mellows out through tree line, then again lifts out of the alders and...

Although the Lost Lake trail can be enjoyed a number of ways, we will tell you about our favorite! You'll find the trail head by turning on Rough Drive from the Seward Highway, near the Bear Creek Fire Department. Parking at this southern trail head will win you...