Resurrection Bay is the gateway to the Kenai Fjords: a series of long, glaciated indentations that form one of the wildest stretches in the Gulf of Alaska. Includes a stop at Fort McGilvray, the site of the old Seward Harbor Defense network constructed by the Army during the early stages of World War II
This is a 77 mile hike and we would recommend this being a 10 day hike. You can shorten it by taking out at Russian Lake and this would be about a 7 day hike. Resurrection Pass trail will wander through the lake basin of Juneau creek with several forested lakes and great fishing along the way!
This high-country hike connects Trail and Lost Creeks over an unnamed 6,000 foot pass in the spectacular alpine country of the Mentasta Mountains. The scenic highlights are craggy Noyes Mountain (8,147 feet) on the crest of the range; an ice-cored, rubble covered valley near the pass, and miles of side valleys and ridges on either side of the pass.