Anchorage to Homer
Wildlife abounds along this scenic route and you'll probably even encounter a giant Kenai moose.
Many good private, state and federal camp sites are found along the way, and the highway passes through a number of intriguing villages and towns, each worth a visit.
The Kenai Peninsula is recognized as a sportsman's paradise. Mileage markers along this route read from Seward (mile 0) to Homer (mile 173). Details for the first 38 miles of this highway will be found in the highway description of the Seward Highway (mile 38 to mile 0, Seward).
We Start in Anchorage with the Seward Highway.
This Highway can lead you all the way to Kodiak Island, the King Crab Capital of the World. And the Second Largest Island in under the American flag.
This 127 mile/204 km highway has been designated a National Forest Scenic Byway. It connects the cities of Anchorage and Seward traveling past salt water bays, ice-blue glaciers, and alpine valleys. The first 50 miles of the highway twists and turns along the base of the Chugach Mountains, and the shore of Turnagain Arm.
This route runs along the western edge of the Kenai Peninsula and features extraordinary mountain scenery, sparkling lakes, glacier-fed streams, and beautiful coastal inlets.