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Easy to reach on the Kodiak road system

Women's Bay is just south of the town of Kodiak, on the road system & includes the US Coast Guard... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2015
G C
,
Anchorage, Alaska
Womens Bay hike

Did this walk on a sunny wouldn't do it on a really windy day because once at the top the wind will... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2015
Rosie_Rivets
,
Charlotte, North Carolina
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29 Sep 2015
“Easy to reach on the Kodiak road system”
15 Sep 2015
“Womens Bay hike”
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Kodiak Island, AK
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Reviewed 30 September 2015

Women's Bay is just south of the town of Kodiak, on the road system & includes the US Coast Guard base. Its calm waters offer good seasonal viewing for wildlife (including beautiful Emperor geese) and streams with lots of pink salmon (during summer). The best...More

Thank G C
Reviewed 15 September 2015

Did this walk on a sunny wouldn't do it on a really windy day because once at the top the wind will blow. Trail is well marked but could be a little difficult. It would be difficult after a rain. Views are fantastic

Thank Rosie_Rivets
Reviewed 19 May 2014

I only viewed the Women's Bay from the road, but learned that it is so-called because in times long past the women kept the "home fires burning" while the men were away hunting and fishing for perhaps months on end. It seemed a very quiet,...More

Thank AlaskaFile
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