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Our favorite spot to sit down with an americano and a good book, “Res Art” is an enchanting coffee shop in what used to be an old church. More than just coffee — you can find small bites here, as well as gorgeous paintings, wood block carvings, ceramics, and jewelry from local creators.
Seward’s only downtown grocery store happens to be our favorite health food store ever. This shop carries organic and fair-trade and features a coffee and smoothie bar, deli items, baked goods, and hot daily soup specials. They also have tons of local items like smoked salmon and birch syrup as well as body products like devils club salve. Stock up on the essentials and even snag some souvenirs.
All aboard! The train to Seward on the Alaska Railroad is definitely our preferred way of getting into town. Departing from Anchorage with a brief stop in the groovy little town of Girdwood, you’ll get an incredible view into a dense Alaskan wilderness you don’t quite get to see from the highway.Visit website
These guys have an elite team of sled dogs that compete in the Iditarod every year. They’ve partnered with Seward Helicopter Tours for a super unique experience - dog sledding on top of a snow covered glacier! Meet the dogs, take a thrilling ride, and get a bonus fight seeing trip along the way.Visit website
If Ice climbing on a glacier sounds like fun, we’re with you. Exit Glacier Guides offers all sorts of guided hiking and climbing adventures, and they’re also a great spot for any outdoor gear you may need to pick up while you’re in town carrying brands like GSI and Outdoor Research.Visit website
Kayak Adventures Wordwide offers small group sea kayaking and glacier tours in Seward. We love this company because they share our ethos, and that is to Explore, Inspire, and Protect. We’re stoked to recommend this fellow 1% For the Planet member as a way to get out there!Visit website