Added by Elena Pearson

Kayak or hike Icy Straight Point and enjoy the stunning views from all around.

There are many things to do at Icy Straight Point!  You can explore the rocky beach by kayak, photograph the pier, or skip rocks on the glassy surface. The water here is extremely calm and is great for paddling.  There are also hiking trails nearby that allow you to explore the mountains. Some trails may require a shuttle that takes you closer to them.

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Chillin
Photography
Kayaking
Hiking
Beach
Family Friendly
Forest
Scenic

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