Women's Alaska Sea Kayaking - Adult

Credit: Jack Kirkpatrick

Women's Alaska Sea Kayaking - Adult

Paddle Alaska’s Prince William Sound

Explore Alaska’s coastline with a group of women age 23 and up. Charter in and out of the Sound to maximize your time in more remote locations. Kayak past crystal-blue icebergs and majestic tidewater glaciers. As you paddle, keep an eye out for wildlife, including humpback whales, porpoises, and sea otters. Breathe in the salty sea air as you set up camp on secluded beaches. Fall asleep to the sound of waves against the shore.

This week-long adventure offers a fun and immersive break from your busy schedule—but it’s not a guided tour. Expect to stretch your comfort zone as you develop your outdoor skills with one-on-one coaching from experienced instructors. Start by learning paddle strokes and the basics of outdoor living, then move on to more advanced topics, like reading tides and assessing marine hazards.

Rather than structure every step of the process, your instructors will support you as you build the experience and confidence to lead on the water. Refresh your understanding of effective communication from a new angle as you build navigation and risk management skills in a supportive community of self-identified women. As you take on different roles within the group, gain insight into your personal leadership style. Return inspired and ready to lead your next adventure.

Dates

Dates

2020 Dates

Aug. 2 – Aug. 9, 2020

Tuition: $3,495

Specifics

All course information at a glance

Tuition

$3,495
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Equipment Deposit

$200

Duration

8 days

Minimum Age

23 yrs.

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Course Description

Equipment List

Travel and Logistics

Start/End

Anchorage, Alaska

Fly in/out

Anchorage, Alaska

Skills learned

Sea Kayaking

Additional Details

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