The small town of Clam Gulch, on the western shore of the Kenai Peninsula, is rightfully renowned for its incredible razor clam harvests. Perhaps the best-known spot of all in this region is the Clam Gulch State Recreation Area, where hundreds of thousands of razor clams are collected annually. Most clam-digging is done from April through September and is considered best in early summer. But there's so much more to the region than just delicious clams - in fact, Clam Gulch has phenomenal views of the region from its majestic bluffs. Head to the bluff overlooking Cook Inlet for an unforgettable panorama of the Aleutian Mountain Range and its three tallest peaks: Mount Iliamna, Mount Redoubt, and Mount Spur.
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