Follow the Sterling Highway as
it plays tag with the Kenai River, to the "End
of the Road" in picturesque Homer. The Sterling
affords drivers beautiful, natural scenery as well
as unlimited recreational opportunities.
Wayside near Homer provides views of Kachemak Bay and the volcanoes.
© Alaska Travel Industry Association
- On the drive to Anchor Point, notice
four volcanoes across Cook Inlet, which are part
of the Pacific "Rim of Fire."
- Anchor Point is the western most
point of the contiguous highway system and home
of Anchor River and its wild salmon and steelhead
- Visit the Homer Spit, the second
longest natural spit in the world, where you can
go fishing, just for the halibut!
- Enter the world of seabirds and
other marine animals as well as their islands
and ocean habitats at the new Alaska Islands and
Ocean Visitor Center in Homer.
- Homer Winter Carnival & Parade
- Winter King Salmon Tournament
- Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival
- Kachemak Bay Wooden Boat Festival
- Seldovia Summer Solstice Music Festival
Art Bike Ride
of July celebrations
- ARTrageous Weekend
- Annual Nutcracker Ballet & Arts Fair
View of Mt. Redoubt from the Sterling Highway.
© Chris Arnold
Catch of the day!
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