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Cordova Hiking Vacations:

Hiking in and around Cordova is an experience you will never forget.

Cordova is unlike a lot of places you may have been or hiked before. Cordova and its magical rain forests with trails going along Prince William Sound, through muskeg meadows, Salmon streams to snow capped mountains.

Cordova has over 40 miles of well maintained hiking trails, maintained by the dedicated Cordova branch, of the US Forestry Service. Building great hiking Trails with use of natural materials and design.

You can choose an easy, moderate, or strenuous hike. You can enjoy an all day hike or a few hours. You can take a guided hike with one of our naturalist on any of the many trails in Cordova.

Your hiking also can be a combination, with over night camping adventure or river rafting adventure.

Hiking to overnight forest service cabins, or sea kayaking and island hopping. Your choices are endless.

There are trails for wildlife viewing, berry picking, great scenery, bird watching etc.

Contact: Gary McDowell Cordova Rose Lodge L.L.C. Cordova, Alaska
1-907-424-7673 (ROSE) or use our email form to Contact Us

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Rain Forest Hike:
Join us on a hike in the farthest north temperate rain forest in North America. Hike among lush green carpets of moss under a dense forest of Spruce and Hemlock trees. Look for bright orange fungus or lichens hundreds of years old. Our guides are trained naturalists and always ready to share information with you on the ecology of this unique ecosystem.

Hiking/General:
Cordova offers a variety of hiking experiences for all skill levels and interests. You can choose to hike on your own or hike with one of our naturalist guides.

Experienced hikers can take an invigorating hike to the top of a mountain. Not only will you get a great workout, you'll be rewarded with spectacular views of mountains, bays and fjords of Eastern Prince William Sound.

There are also easy, moderate or difficult hikes through a variety of ecosystems. These include the coastal temperate rainforest, muskeg meadows, or alpine tundra. Or hike into a remote lake to try your luck at fishing.

Sheridan Glacier Hiking and Rafting Adventure:
This is a river trip unlike any you've done before. This uniquely Alaskan rafting trip includes hiking, rafting, glaciers and icebergs! Start your adventure with a naturalist led hike to the face of Sheridan Glacier. Learn first hand how glaciers carve the landscape. Views of the glacier are spectacular from the trail. The hike ends at the Sheridan Lake, formed by the melting Sheridan Glacier. You'll paddle among giant blue icebergs, carved in mysterious shapes by the elements. And of course you'll enjoy a few rapids. The class II & III rapids of the Sheridan River are big enough to be exciting, but not scary. Much of the river trip is a scenic float offering wildlife viewing and scenic vistas. And we serve the prized Copper River Salmon on all of our river trips.

Sheridan Glacier Hiking and Rafting Adventure:
Take a trip with us as we float among icebergs, thrill to class II & III rapids and float our way through the scenic Copper River Delta. This is a great Alaskan experience that the whole family can enjoy.

This trip includes a hike led by our naturalist, paddling through icebergs in a glacial lake, and just enough rapids to make it exciting, not scary! A light snack is provided at the end of the river trip. And we provide round trip transportation from Cordova Rose Lodge at no extra charge!

Advance reservations are not required, but highly recommended, as space is limited.

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