To begin, the drive along the Seward Highway is so much more stunning without the summer RV congestion. The mountains are still topped with snow and the icy water, golden grass, and frozen waterfalls are an interesting contrast to the normally green route.
If you are fortunate enough to hit Seward on a sunny day, I guarantee that you will be in awe of the little town that is straddled on three sides by white peaks and Resurrection Bay on the fourth.
If you can pull yourself away from the majestic beach views, you can find plenty of entertainment. A few suggestions for you:
- Visit the Seward SeaLife Center, to enjoy the antics of the creatures that call the waters of the bay home.
- Check out the (pink tiled!) museum and library.
- Hike! There are a number of trails that can still be completed in the winter, provided it's not a big snow year.
|Lost Lake Trail|
- Warm up in a cute coffee shop.
|Resurrect Art Coffee House Gallery|
- Eat amazing seafood. More on that in my next post: to be continued....