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Cook Inlet

Gulf of Alaska, Anchorage, AK
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“beluga whales” (53 reviews)
“bore tide” (36 reviews)
“turnagain arm” (50 reviews)
Gulf of Alaska, Anchorage, AK
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Reviewed 6 days ago

One of the highlights of our cruise! The ship made its way into Cook's Inlet very slowly and quietly. Most everyone took the opportunity to be out on the various decks taking pictures of the beauty of the inlet and the glaciers. Once back in...More

Thank STLtoAnywhere
Reviewed 1 week ago

If there was ever a doubt that there is a God, when you stop at Cook Inlet and take in the 360 beauty you will doubt no more. Just a gorgeous feast for the senses.

Thank jennascloset
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great views of the Cook Inlet during our drive down to the Kenai River for some salmon fishing. Gorgeous!

Thank Ocean-Traveler55
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Cook Inlet extends 180 miles from the Gulf of Alaska to Anchorage where it is split into the Turnagain Arm and the Knik Arm. It is visible from one’s approach to the city on the Seward Highway. Another vantage point is Resolution Park on L...More

2  Thank Maurene_K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We might be biased, since we were treated to seeing several belugas here, but this place was fantastic! It doesn't even matter how long you stay here, be it hours or minutes, it is worth stopping. Take it all in, the beauty of the waters,...More

Thank wischhfulthinking
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw the big wave coming up and found some surfers to do the trail from 2 km, amazing, very good stops available for sightseeing, we loved it!

Thank 726Francois
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The beauty is overwhelming. The scene looks like something on TV, but you're there and you just have to take the time to take it all in. It's gorgeous - give yourself some time to just drive around and see what you can see. You...More

Thank Necola1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Cook Inlet is a scenic delight of water, sky, and snow capped mountains. It in the area, be sure to save time for this natural beauty.

Thank dianel103
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Taking a tour of the cook inlet by boat and car or bus or train is highly recommended, it shows you the beauty of the ocean shoes of Alaska

Thank gddolz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The inlet was really beautiful with all the high mountains. We traveled south tward Kenai, it was such a beautiful drive, When the mountains peeked out of the clouds it was amazing to see how high they were. Lots of water fowl was seen at...More

Thank luv2wk2
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Rosalind A
5 February 2017|
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Response from weedwakr | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, this is probably late, I just saw it. But yes, renting a car and exploring would be more fun I think! I did it by myself and it was great!
Lesley G
4 January 2017|
Response from Danny W |
I think they could both be considered to be on the Cook Inlet, but different parts. in Anchorage, you have views of it driving around, and at parks like Kincaid park and Earthquake Park. Driving South on the Seward Highway... More