So what do you guys think?
The last thread I opened made me reconsider some stuff, and I've decided to give up on Cordova and the Kenai wildlife refuge canoeing.
Instead I chose to visit southeast Alaska for about a week and a half. I felt that it adds a dimension of native culture (Sitka) and marine wildlife viewing that I might have missed in my original plan.
I'd be happy to know where do you guys think I'm not spending enough time, or not taking into account realistic transportation time, or if I have allocated too much or too little time for the hiking routes I mentioned. Any other advice would be most welcome.
Also I've estimated the cost of this trip around 4500-5000$, do you guys think it's realistic? Obviously I've got no idea what I'm talking about so it's a very rough estimation, so I'd really appreciate any input you guys might have. I plan to be as cost effective as possible with regards to sleeping and food, but I'm trying not to be cheap and miss out on stuff.