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Launching from the beach and heading east along the northern shoreline you will pass beautiful forest areas and several glacial melt streams rushing into the water. Above you at all times will be the snow capped peaks of the Chugach, and you can often see Dall Sheep and Mountain Goats clinging to the cliffs. The park is also a bald eagle sanctuary and home to many moose and bear.
After proceeding along the north shore for about six miles you will come to a large glacier. At the glacier you can get out and hike about a mile if you want to actually touch the glacier. Upon returning to your boat it is about a six to seven mile paddle back to the beach. Overall itís a good workout and a very scenic paddle only a few miles outside of Anchorage.
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