Added by Natalie F

Scenic drive with views of Homer and The Spit!

This is an easy drive with nice views.  On a clear day you can see across Kachemak Bay, showing off glaciers, mountains and Mount Augustine Volcano, a stratovolcano.

Start at either West Hill Rd. or East Hill Rd.  Then turn left or right onto Skyline Dr. 

Other recommendations in the area: 

  • We had a nice dinner at the Little Mermaid. Huge menu, but tiny restaurant, get a reservation. 
  • Two sisters Bakery: adorable coffee shop with tasty food. 
  • Be sure to spend some time on The Spit! 
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Dog Friendly
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Scenic
Wildflowers
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