Fishing Alaska S

December 11, 2007 5:58 PM | Alaskan Photo Tours

fishing alaska s
What in the world must be made in Soldotna Alaska?

addition to fishing in the Kenai River. Im going there for the first time with my boyfriend and family I have not the faintest idea what to expect.

http://visitsoldotna.com/activities/indexActivities.asp http://visitsoldotna.com/attractions/central.htm http://www.ci.soldotna.ak.us/ http://www.bellsalaska.com/ The soldotna.html Wildlife and Homestead Village Historical Museum opens May 15, 1910 to 4 Tuesday through Saturday, 12.04 on Sunday and Monday closed. Centennial Park in the Route of the museums is a wonderful ride through the early days of Soldotna, at a time and a way of life that is lost when "modern" of life. More information can be obtained from the Visitor Information Center Soldotna. * Nearby Attractions Landscape, service, accessibility and quality as a Soldotna of leading visitor destinations in the Kenai Peninsula. The area is full of forests and mountains that will surprise you. Kenai National Wildlife Refuge has places camping, fishing, canoeing, hiking, picnics and boating. Travelers wishing to visit the Refuge Headquarters and Visitor Center should turn east at the south end of bridge Kenai River and follow the prompts. Mount Redoubt, Mount Iliamna and Mount Spur, are beautiful snow-capped volcanic peaks that have all exploded in the last decade. These volcanoes along with Mt. Augustine, further south, are part of the world famous "Rim of Fire." Razor Beaches, stretching 50 miles from Ninilchik to Coho, provide an opportunity for you to dig your limit of clams in a single afternoon.

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