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Homer - Outdoors

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Ranked #1 of 4 Outdoors in Homer
Category: State Parks
Owner description: This enormous state park, largely unexplored wilderness, includes glaciers, rivers and waterfalls and offers a 10-mile... more » Owner description: This enormous state park, largely unexplored wilderness, includes glaciers, rivers and waterfalls and offers a 10-mile coastline strip that is excellent for fishing and kayaking. Wildlife sightings include puffins, eagles, sea otters, seals, porpoises and whales. « less
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Ranked #2 of 4 Outdoors in Homer
Category: Geologic Formations

The first time I crested the bluff and saw, way down below me, a tiny town hugging the shoreline of an immense bay, backed by towering snow-capped mountains, I knew I'd found... more »

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Ranked #3 of 4 Outdoors in Homer
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #4 of 4 Outdoors in Homer
Category: National Parks
Owner description: We offer Half Day and Overnight Bear and Wildlife Viewing Trips out to Katmai National Park from May through September. We... more » Owner description: We offer Half Day and Overnight Bear and Wildlife Viewing Trips out to Katmai National Park from May through September. We have been guiding trips to Katmai for 26 years, and we have a perfect safety record with our experience with the bears. Hallo Bay Bear Camp is a fully sustainable wilderness camp designed to be a trend setting model of responsibility and low impact to this environment. Our guests observe the bears in their natural habitat where there are no viewing platforms or man-made trails. We limit our groups in size because it is our experience that small groups are much less impacting than large groups of people on any wilderness outing. The smaller group size intimidates wildlife less and leaves a much less impacting footprint on the habitat. « less
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