Humpy Cove is a cove near Whittier where we love to go diving. Underwater, there are many examples of Alaskan sealife like octopus, cod and crabs, as well as some remnants of the Second World War, like bottles and Japanese crystal buoys.
Cook Inlet is an inlet of the sea that stretches for more than 200 km. Its final section is divided into two arms, Knik Arm and Turnagain Arm, which surround the Alaskan capital. The Turnagain Arm in particular is easily visitable, as one of the most scenic roads in North America runs its northern shore. A number of viewpoints allow us to stop along the way and admire the breathtaking scenery.
Canyon Creek is a river that runs through the Kenai Peninsula in southern Alaska, near the town of Hope. As well as offering beautiful views, it's also the ideal place for rafting. Gold was found here in 1895, followed by a gold rush. Up to 300 miners searched the riverbanks around this isolated area. Today it is a lovely place to stop on the Seward Highway.