Check out the Beluga Lake Cabins. These newly built studio cabins are nestled along Beluga Lake, in Homer Alaska. Beluga Lake in Homer is the location of these new luxury studio log cabins. These cabins are centrally located near the Homer Spit, Downtown Homer and the Homer Spit. They each have a king-sized and queen-sized pullout couch. The kitchen and living area setups, 3/4 bathrooms, and they’re just a few steps away from Beluga Lake. Each unit has a king-sized bed and a queen-sized pullout couch. It also includes a 3/4 bathroom, tv with Samsung TV and channels, sand dryer, washer and dryer, an outdoor seating area and two parking spaces. You have access to the community lake and fire ring.
Cabin 4, with its loft-style log cabin on the second floor, is another option. On the main floor, there is a queen-sized pullout couch, two half bathrooms, and a kitchen with a dishwasher. The loft on the second floor has a king bed and 3/4 bathroom, as well as a large flat screen tv with Samsung TV channels. This cabin does not have a washer or dryer. The cabins have an outdoor sitting area and two parking spots. They also have access to a lake and a fire ring. Here are a few things you can do on your vacation.
Hiking at Emerald Lake. Kenai Peninsula’s network of trails is the best in Alaska. Cabins for public use are available on some trails, such as the Upper Russian Lake Trail. Resurrection Pass, Johnson Pass and other popular trails have a lot of traffic. Others are just game trails. Chinapoot Peak in Kachemak Bay State Park is a 2,600-foot hike that leads to stunning vistas. Other trails, such as Crow Pass or Twenty Mile Out of Girdwood take you over rugged mountain passes. Hidden gems can be found on short, easy hikes. Exit Glacier in Seward, which leads to the Harding Ice Field is an example. The Diamond Creek hike, which descends to a deserted shore just outside Homer, is another. From Homer, the trail system that crosses Kachemak Bay leads to a completely different remote adventure. Short hikes can take you into solitude. The Leisure Lake hike and Emerald Lake hike from Glacier Spit, for example. As trail conditions and difficulty levels vary, so does the concentration and type of wildlife.
Bear Seeing. Homer, Alaska, is the best place to see bears in the world from mid-May until mid-September. Alaskan Brown Bears are the largest brown bears in all of the world. The highest concentrations are located directly west from Homer. There is a high probability that you will see bears. Homer-based tour operators fly you to the most popular bear viewing locations, such as Lake Clark National Park, Katmai National Park or McNeil River Sanctuary. The flight takes about an hour and a half each way, with some of Alaska’s most stunning natural scenery on the way.
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