Getting Up Close With Katmi Bears and Alaskan Kenai Adventures in Homer and Seward | Go North Ep 15

We have lots going on in this episode as we travel through Anchorage to Alaskas Kenai. We first visit Homer where we fly over to Katmai National Park to watch the bears fishing for salmon up close! We explore a bit more of Homer before heading up to Seward to visit the Alaska Sea Life Center and take a boat cruise of Resurrection Bay. We wrap up our time in Seward by climbing marathon Mountain before heading to the town of Kenai to get out of the smoke from the Swan Lake Fire.

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