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Native American Cultures of Alaska
Alaska Native American cultures represent approximately 16 percent of Alaska's residents, living both in Alaska’s urban centers and in over 200 rural villages and communities in the state. Many Alaska Natives Americans have retained their customs, language, hunting and fishing practices, and ways of living since the earliest of times.
Alaska's Native people are divided into eleven distinct cultures, speaking eleven different languages and twenty-two different dialects. In order to tell the stories of this diverse population of Native Americans, the Alaska Native Heritage Center is organized around five cultural groupings, which draw upon cultural similarities or geographic proximity.
Athabascans traditionally lived in Interior Alaska, an expansive region that begins south of the Brooks Range and continues down to the Kenai Peninsula. There are eleven linguistic groups of Athabascans in Alaska. Athabascan people lived along five major river ways: the Yukon, Tanana, Susitna, Kuskokwim, and Copper River drainages. Athabascans migrated seasonally, traveling in small groups to fish, hunt, and trap. Today, Athabascan Native Americans live throughout Alaska and the Lower 48, returning to their home territories to harvest traditional resources.
Southwest Alaska Native Americans are named after the two main dialects of the Yup'ik language, Yup'ik and Cup'ik. At the time of European contact, the estimated population of these groups was 500 in Nunivak, 13,000 in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, and 3,000 in Bristol Bay. The Yup'ik and Cup'ik still depend upon subsistence fishing, hunting and gathering for food. Elders tell stories of traditional ways of life to teach the younger generations about their heritage and share survival skills.
Inupiaq and the St. Lawrence Island Yupik People, or "Real People," are still hunting and gathering societies. These Native American peoples continue to subsist on the land and sea of north and northwest Alaska. Their lives revolve around the whale, walrus, seal, polar bear, caribou, and fish. To the people of this northern culture, the extreme climate is not a barrier, but a natural realm for a variety of mammals, birds, and fish harvested by the people for survival.
Aleut and Alutiiq peoples of south and southwest Alaska are maritime peoples. Water is their life, whether it's the creeks and rivers near the villages, the shore outside, or the vast waters of the North Pacific and Bering Sea. Knowledge of maritime resources and skill in harvesting them define the cycle of life in a village. The intense weather in this part of Alaska is the dominant factor in the day-to-day activities of the Native people who live there.
Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian share a similar Native American culture with important differences in language and clan systems. Anthropologists use the term "Northwest Coast Culture" to define the Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures, as well as those of other peoples indigenous to the Pacific coast, extending as far south as northern Oregon. The region from the Copper River Delta to the Southeast Panhandle is a temperate rainforest with precipitation ranging from 112 inches per year to almost 200 inches per year. Here the people depended upon the ocean and rivers for food and travel.
For more information about Alaska’s Native American cultures, visit www.alaskanative.net
Experience Alaska’s Native American Cultures on an Alaska vacation:
ABEC's Alaska Adventures P.O. Box 10791, Fairbanks, AK 99710
We have all levels of Alaska Brooks Range trips into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or Gates of the Arctic National Park. With over 25 years of experience our Alaskan Guides provide a safe and a fun, "once in a lifetime trip." We have custom, base camp, backpack, and river trips into the vast wild Alaskan Wilderness. You can see pictures of these trips in our Gallery on line at www.abecalaska.com or call 907-457-8907.
Adventure Kodiak 9740 Copper Drive, Anchorage, AK 99507
www.AdventureKodiak.com; Exclusive Wildlife Cruise where Bears, Birds and Whales are our guides! Join us as we meet the Kodiak Bear on its own turf, visit rookeries with thousands of Puffins, Kittiwakes and Bald Eagles. Enjoy whale watching for Humpback, Orca and Finwhales so close you can smell their blow. Photograph the Coastal Brown Bear on our bear viewing cruise. Guided wildlife photography and ecotours around Kodiak Island and the Katmai Coast. Watch the Sea Otters, Sea Lions, fox and rare waterfowl and ducks. Alaska Wild Salmon fill the streams. Exclusive fly fishing in remote areas for Silver Salmon and Steelhead by FFF certified casting instrutor and registered guide. Cruise with us in luxiury into the Alaskan Wilderness. Photograph glaciers, volcanoes, snow capped mountains, tide flats overflowing with wildlife and wildflowers. Return to the boat for a gourmet home cooked meal and hot shower. Watch the last bear as he walks along the beach at the end of his day.
We leave behind only our tracks in the sand until the next tide...
AdventureSmith Explorations PO Box 1696, Tahoe City, CA 96145
Your big ship cruise alternative! Cruise Alaska up close aboard a selection of over 25 small ships and yachts carrying 6-138 travelers. We are award winning Alaska travel experts specializing in travel by small ships, yachts and wilderness lodges away from tourist crowds. Speak with our professional crew who has lived, worked and traveled at length throughout Alaska. With over 50 years combined experience in Alaska travel we will answer your questions quickly and accurately. AdventureSmith Explorations is a company founded by guides and we believe that a professional, knowledgeable and personable guide is the key to a successful adventure travel and small ship cruise experience. We are committed to sustainable tourism and contributing positively to the individuals, communities and environments encountered by every AdventureSmith traveler. Call our experts today to plan your Alaska small ship cruise today.
AK Adventures, Inc. P.O. Box 2828, Homer, AK 99603
Discover the brown bears of Katmai. AK Adventures offers guided trips for bear viewing and wildlife photography into the remote Alaskan wilderness. Our trips give small groups of wildlife viewers a rare personal experience to observe and walk among these fascinating and majestic bears, while learning about them and their habitat.
Alaska Alpine Adventures 2133 Dahl Lane, Anchorage, AK 99503
Since 1998, Alaska Alpine Adventures has been leading guided Alaska backpacking, alaska hiking trips and adventure vacations throughout Alaska's spectacular national parks and wildlife refuges. Recognized by National Geographic as one of the Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth in both 2008 & 2009, Alaska Alpine Adventures takes adventure seekers on multi-day and multi-sport Alaska hiking tours, rafting trips, Alaska backpacking trips, kayaking trips, and skiing vacations throughout the Last Frontier. Guided Alaska tours include adventure trips to Lake Clark National Park, Denali, Wrangell-St. Elias, Kenai Fjords, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Gates of the Arctic National Park and beyond. Our brand of sustainable travel has been recognized by Adventure Green Alaska - Alaska's highly regarded sustainable tourism certification program. Take a trip with Alaska Alpine Adventures and experience the Alaska vacation of a lifetime!
Alaska Fjord Charters Seward, Alaska
We specialize adventure vacations for people who want personal and tailored travel. Our passion for discovery, venturing to the remote corners beyond the beaten path, combined with our attention to detail make our trips unique. Our All Inclusive high adventure packages feature one of Alaska's hidden gems - Kenai Fjords National Park.
Experience Calving Glaciers, Amazing Wildlife: Orcas, Humpback Whales, Seals, Sea Lions, Sea Otters, Porpoise, Bears, and more. Fish for: Salmon, Lingcod, Rockfish.
Adventure: Kayaking, Beachcombing, Clmb a Glacier,
Beachcombing, epic Wilderness and Incredible Vistas
Alaska Heritage Tours 509 W. 4th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501
At Alaska Heritage Tours we strive to give you the best of Alaska, the way you want it. We offer pre-packaged Alaska vacations and tours or if you prefer, we are glad to provide assistance in booking the Alaska vacation you desire. We look forward to providing you the Alaska vacation experience you seek. Explore the best of Alaska's top destinations like Denali National Park or Kenai Fjords National Park. Or if an Alaska adventure is what you seek, we can provide you with guided sea kayaking tours, hikes to Exit Glacier and scenic flights over Mt.McKinley and Denali National Park
Alaska Nature Guides PO Box 170, Talkeetna AK 99676
Alaska Outdoors P.O. Box 875649 , Wasilla, AK 99687
Since 2001, Alaska Outdoors has showcased Alaska's National Parks and protected areas featuring small group camping and hiking tours throughout the state. Hike, raft, sea kayak, canoe, whale watching, glacier cruises, flightseeing and more. Tours range from 7 to 21 days and start at $995.
Alaska Passages Adventure Cruises P.O. Box 213, Petersburg, AK 99833
Inside Passage adventures aboard 65' classic motoryacht, "Heron". Six guests maximum. Whalewatching, seakayaking, fishing for salmon and halibut, flyfishing, photography, glacier tours. Cruise with longtime residents with extensive local knowledge. Great family trips!
Alaska River Adventures PO Box 725, Mile 48 Sterling Highway, Cooper Landing AK 99572
For over 30 years, Alaska River Adventures has hired 'well seasoned' professionals to guide small groups to wild rivers across Alaska.
Rare permits in Wildlife Refuges and Parks let us show you places few others can -
Fishing and photo expeditions on Wilderness Rivers
Drift boat fishing on the Kenai & Kasilof Rivers.
Rafting - from half day to multi day - mild to wild.
First class all-inclusive fishing lodge.
Alaska Rivers Company P.O. Box 827 Cooper Landing, AK 99572
As one of the few Kenai River rafting outfitters with riverside facilities in Cooper Landing, (our launching point for rafting is right off the back porch of our office), we show you spectacular stretches of the uppe'r Kenai River like no one else. Enjoy the uniqueness of seeing Alaska, its abundant wildlife and the peace and quiet from the turquoise waters of the non-motorized portion of the Kenai River. At the end of your day, relax comfortably in one of our cozy and private cabins spread out over 5 acres that are located either on or near the water and away from the crowds. Once you spend a day on the water with us, whether you are fishing or rafting, you are guaranteed to leave with a wonderful Alaskan memory.
Alaska Sea Kayakers PO Box 729, Whittier AK 99693
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Alaska Sealife Center P.O. Box 1329 Seward, AK 99664
The Sealife Center, Alaska's only Public Aquarium, is committed to understanding and maintaining the integrity the Marine Ecosystem in Alaska through education, conservation, research & rehabilitation.
Alaska Ultra Sport PO Box 1125, Chickaloon AK 99674
Alaska Ultra Sport offers guided wilderness trips throughout Alaska. We are based out of Chickaloon, Alaska and have guided trips all over the state.This business has been owner-operated since 2001. If you book a trip with us you will be on a trip with Bill and Kathi Merchant.We offer guided multi day rafting, sea-kayaking, mountain biking and backpacking trips. We operate in many National Parks, State Parks,the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Katmai National Park and more. We speak english, german and some french and italian. 2-6 people.
Alaska Wildland Adventures P.O. Box 389, Girdwood, AK 99587
Since 1977. Nationally recognized eco-tourism operator features an array of options including all-inclusive guided journeys, wilderness lodge packages, sportfishing packages & rafting & fishing day trips; high-quality, small group guided trips allow guests to experience Alaska in the spirit of appreciation. Raft the turquoise Kenai River into the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, seeking out moose, salmon and eagles. Paddle a sea kayak amid glittering glacial ice at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge and watch for calving glaciers and breaching whales along the dramatic seacoast. Explore Denali National Park and seek out Alaska’s big four: bears, caribou, moose and Dall sheep. In the evening, relax with the authentic Alaskan hospitality of wilderness lodges and delicious meals. From a two-hour scenic float trip to a two-week all-inclusive vacation, Alaska Wildland Adventures’ range of wilderness adventures and charming accommodations promise a memorable experience in wild Alaska.
Alaska's Glacier Bay Travel 4 Dungeness Way. P.O. Box 180, Gustavus, AK 99826
One stop shopping for your entire independent travel package needs. Glacier Bay and beyond, finest outdoor water activities, accommodations, tours and cruises for families or groups who want a close encounter with Alaska's marine/wildlife and wilderness.
Alaskan Tour Guides 6830 Toller Court, Wasilla, Alaska 99654
Experience a sense of wonder and awe. See Alaska's scenery and wildlife from unique perspectives and discover Alaska with Alaskans. Alaskan Tour Guides, Inc. leads you on a journey that is fun, educational, safe and eco-minded. We take great care to include sights or adventures we feel are distinctive for visitors seeking a more personal connection with nature and wilderness. Choose from a wide range of tours, varying in level of difficulty and inetrests. We are able to provide custom tours for most group sizes.
Auklet Charter Services est. 1995 P.O. Box 498, Cordova, AK 99574-0498
Auklet Charter Services offers custom multi-day natural history cruises as well as vessel charter services supporting scientific research, film crews and work trips in and around Prince William Sound, Alaska including Whittier, Cordova, Valdez, the Chugach National Forest and Prince William Sound State Marine Parks.
Auklet Charter Services' natural history boat charters in Prince William Sound emphasize wildlife, glaciers, hiking, scenery, photography, bird watching, history and skiff excursions. Family owned and operated by year-round residents of Prince William Sound. Meals w/cook, bedding, 6 person maximum. www.auklet.com
Bay Excursions LLC P.O. Box 3312, Homer, AK 99603
Custom sightseeing, birding, photography and wildlife viewing trips. Transportation to Kachemak Bay State Park for hiking, backpacking and kayaking. Wilderness cabin and kayak rentals.
Best Western Kodiak Inn 236 Rezanof Drive West, Kodiak, AK 99615
Camp Denali - North Face Lodge P.O. Box 67, Denali National Park, AK 99755
Camp Denali and North Face Lodge have been Alaskan family-owned and operated since 1952, ensuring the same quality and attention to detail at both lodges, despite their different styles of accommodations. We look forward to introducing you to Denali from our point of view.
Cascadia Adventure Education School P.O. Box 240, 10 Abbey Road, Trout Lake, WA 98650
Cascadia Adventure Education School offers adventure education courses to youth in Alaska\'s most magnificent wilderness regions.
Chinook Tours P.O. Box 111853. Anchorage, AK 99511
Booking agency, backpacking, guiding, hiking, kayaking and canoeing,lodging, organization, rafting and river trips, wildlife viewing, winter activities.
Copper River Country Nature Tours HC 60 Box 336E, Copper Center, AK 99573
The Copper River Country Nature Tour provides visitors to the Copper Basin an opportunity to experience and learn about life and nature in the sub-arctic environment. Walk through Boreal forest, at Wellwood Nature Center, that exemplifies the environment found within the Wrangell St Elias National Park and Preserve. Trained naturalists will guide you on your hike through the forest, exploring native vegetation, landscapes, and looking for signs of animals. Learn about the animals and special plants that live along the trail. You will tour through one of our planet’s most spectacular regions, with expert naturalist as your guide.
Since 2001, WISE has provided science and environmental education to all age groups, resources for learning, and support for scientific research in Alaska’s Copper River Basin. Proceeds from your tour are used to help fund WISE’s educational programs, including summer camps for children and outdoor nature programs for school groups.
Cordova Coastal Outfitters PO Box 1834, Cordova AK 99574
We provide fully outfitted and guided fly fishing trips into the heart of the Alaska range. There are three half day and one full day departures scheduled daily throught the summer. We search for our native Arctic Grayling using lightweight gear and our own hand tied flies featuring barbless hooks. Beginners as well as experienced anglers enjoy our catch and release fiy fishing adventures. Roundtrip tranfers from area hotels is also provided.
Denali Raft Adventures Drawer 190, Denali Park, AK 99755
Rafting and river trips. Your choice of paddle rafts, oared rafts, exhilirating whitewater or mild water with stunning scenery. Complimentary transportation, gortex drysuits, neoprene booties and other equipment provided. Nenana River, Denali Park.
Discovery Voyages P.O. Box 688, Whittier, AK 99693
Alaska's finest wilderness cruise- multi-day voyages, naturalist guided, small groups, onboard cabins, shore hikes, kayaking, wildlife viewing, custom voyages. Charter boats, bird watching, cruiseships and tourboats, fishing, hiking, natural and cultural history interpretation, photography. Prince William Sound, Copper River Delta.
Earth Bed and Breakfast & Tours 1001 W 12th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501
Earth B&B is THE home away from home for mountain climbers, fishermen, photographers and other adventurers from across the globe. Our comfortable and roomy Anchorage Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located close to downtown walking distance to the city's finest shopping, dining, entertainment and outdoor recreation. Our private accommodations are a perfect alternative to busy hotel lodging. You'll know you are in the right place from the minute you walk through our door.
We offer a diversity of adventures, from the perfect family basecamping vacation, to more adventurous and customized rugged backpacking trips for you and your group. Drop us an email or call Carl at 770 952 4549.
Exposure Alaska 200 W. 34th Ave. #82, Achorage, AK 99503
Get out of the van and experienceAlaska with our adventures. Kayak, climb, hike, look for wildlife in Denali and more.
Our Alaska Tours offer you the opportunity to get away from the crowds to the real Alaska.
And you'll enjoy the smallest group size in the business with no more than 6 guests on our scheduled trips. Get ready to Expose Yourself to Alaska.
Since 1999. Alaskan owned and operated.
Get Up and Go Tours 4215 Spenard Rd., Anchorage AK 99517
GoNorth Alaska Travel Center P.O. Box 60147, Fairbanks, AK 99709
GoNorth has been in operation since 2001. The original business was guiding river trips in the Brooks range. While we still guide Brooks range river trips and hiking trips the business has expanded due to the demands of our clients. We now rent SUVs, Trucks, Campers and Motorhomes, canoes, rafts, camping gear. We also have an ever growing travel service which can book air ground and water transportation, accomodations and a number of other travel services though out Alaska and western Canada
At the GoNorth hostel we offer low budget accommodations in shared wall-tent cabins.
Good River Bed and Breakfast at Glacier Bay Box 37, Gustavus, AK 99826
Spectacular GLACIER BAY, ALASKA. Sixteen tidewater glaciers, whales, kayaking, nature walks, wilderness. Elegant log house, comfy beds, handmade quilts, fresh bread ... quality accommodations - reasonable rates.. Custom packages - best value for the lowest cost
Great Alaska Adventure Lodge 33881 Sterling Highway, Sterling, AK 99672
Great Alaska Adventure Lodge. Since 1981 travelers have enjoyed our ground breaking blend of exciting Alaska sport fishing and adventure travel from our riverfront lodge on the Kenai River. Our guests choose from a wide range of itineraries that include world class sport fishing, private fly-in bear viewing, remote sea kayaking, hiking, day cruising, Denali Touring and much, much more. Customized family, group and corporate adventures are our specialty. Our all- inclusive trips include pickups in Anchorage and range from 2-10 days.
Whether your Alaska dream entails double digit Rainbows on your fly rod, viewing wild bears in their native habitat, rafting the Kenai Canyon, hiking the Chugach Forest or catching your first King Salmon (or better yet, all of the above!) Great Alaska Adventure Lodge is just the place to see those dreams come true. Come relish the Great Alaska experience with your family or group this summer.
Gustavus Inn at Glacier Bay P.O. Box 60, Gustavus, AK 99826
Gourmet ocean and garden harvest dining; historic inn since 1965
Honey Charters 200 W. 34th Avenue, #991, Anchorage, AK 99503
Premier transportation company for kayakers and campers and sightseeing in Prince William Sound departing Whittier. U.S.C.G. inspected vessels to carry more than six persons. We promote Leave No Trace camping.
Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge, LLC P.O. Box 80424, Fairbanks, AK 99708
Luxury accommodations for the body, remote wilderness for the spirit. Powered by the sun, wind and friendly, long-time Alaskans, this exclusive hideaway offers elegance and comfort 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle in Alaska's Brooks Range and Gates of the Arctic National Park. Fly-in only. Since 1974. Remote. Exceptional. Unforgettable.
Island Heritage Tours PO Box 113, Ouzinkie AK 99644
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Island Lodge 3100 Bettles Bay Loop, Anchorage, AK 99515
Island Lodge offers 10 years of experience leading outdoor adventures in the wilderness of Lake Clark National Park. Enjoy fishing, kayaking, hiking and river trips, as well as friendly hospitality and delicious meals in the beautiful Alaskan wilderness. Island Lodge makes an Alaska dream vacation possible for groups, families, singles, couples and business associates.
Jody Young Adventure Travel 222 West 650 North, Heber City, UT 84032
Adventure travel and play throughout Alaska.
Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge P.O. Box 956. Homer, AK 99603
Achingly beautiful ocean and mountain setting. Charming private cabins and accommodations with full bath, decks with view, and lovely furnishings. Expert, experienced naturalist staff for hiking, kayaking, birding, fishing, and marine mammal viewing.
We are a small, personal shop that concentrates solely on sea kayaking in Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords, with emphasis on environmentally friendly practices and local education. Our professional guides/naturalists are extensively trained, and small groups enhance your intimate experience with the magical surroundings and wildlife. We offer a wide range of trips: from 1/2-day trips to multi-day excursions, so we're sure we'll have something that will be just right for you. No experience is necessary - all you need is a desire to paddle and the enthusiasm to learn and explore! Check out our photos, descriptions, and pricing at www.KayakAK.com.
We also run Bear Paw Lodge, in Seward... our own cozy, welcoming log home that we rent out to travelers. This is the true Alaskan experience - hand crafted beauty with all the comforts of home! www.SewardBearPawLodge.com
We worked with Travel Channel in 2003 & Discovery Channel in 2008 to produce informational documentaries about the local area and overall climate change.
Kennicott River Lodge and Hostel P.O. Box 391, Glennallen, AK 99588
Kennicott River Lodge and Hostel is located at Milepost 59 McCarthy Road. Right infront of the Kennicott Glacier and surrounded by the most beautifull National Park in Alaska . The Wrangell St. Elais. Out our front door the wilderness begains and during the day all your hear is the river flowing out of the Glacier for we run on solar power!
Kodiak Treks 11754 S. Russian Cr. Rd., Kodiak, AK 99615
Small-group (max 6 guests) bear viewing/hiking adventures in the spectacular Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Kodiak Treks provides an education-based approach to observing bears with a minimal-impact philosophy.
Comfortable accommodations at the Aleut Island lodge and our out-camp provide the group's base. From there, we travel by boat and afoot to explore bear density areas with great respect for bears' need for minimal human disturbance--truly a delicate balance.
Projects and Achievements
Promoting respect for Alaska's wildlife and remote lands through educational outreach and volunteer efforts in partnership with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, the Kodiak Brown Bear Trust, the Kodiak Unified Bear Subcommittee (KUBS), and other local, state, and international organizations.
Gold-level certified for responsible practices from Adventure Green Alaska, Alaska's first and only sustainable tourism certification program.
Join us for a unique wildlife-viewing experience on stunning Kodiak Island!
Koksetna Wilderness Lodge 1425 5th St, Colusa CA 95932
Koksetna Wilderness Lodge is located in Lake Clark National Park. There are two lakeside log cabins for full service lodging or cabin rentals. Lake Clark is fly in only and the lodge provides a peaceful, isolated setting for fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, hydrocycling and hiking. $2175/person provides for full service lodging/activities for 6 days/5 nights. Cabin rentals start at $200/night for the first two people. Boat/motor rentals are available. Call us at (907) 781-2227 from June through mid-August or at (800) 391-8651 from mid-August through May.
Lazy Otter Charters, Inc. P.O. Box 747, Whittier, AK 99693
Lazy Otter Charters, Inc.
Offering safe, reliable trasport services into Prince William Sound from Whittier, Alaska.
Water Taxi for Kayak and camper drop-off
Photography and filming support
Our vessels are designed for speed and beach landings for ease of loading. Qauaq Chief is a 40 foot, 22 passenger landing craft
Explorer is a 30 foot, 6 passenger vessel.
Macomb Plateau Retreat P.O. Box 73918. Fairbanks, AK 99707
Low impact immersion in Alaska Range cabin setting, guided catering to small parties; hiking, camping, photography, wildlife, flora, quiet, solitude; levels from easy to challenging.
Major Marine Tours P.O. Box 101400, Anchorage, AK 99510
Major Marine Tours offers an Alaskan wildlife and glacier cruise experience. We have reserved table seating; a National Park Ranger on every day cruise departure; and a freshly prepared, all-you-can-eat salmon and prime rib buffet.
Montana Creek Campground 816 Oceanview Drive, Anchorage AK 99515
Montana Creek Campground is located on an excellent salmon and trout-fishing stream at mile 96.5 on the Parks Highway, conveniently located near facilities and many recreational activities. All campsites have gravel pads, picnic tables, fire rings and BBQ grills with grass or trees between sites; some have electric hook-ups. We also have a tackle cache and store located on the grounds. You'll see bald eagles, hawks, fox, moose and the occasional bear on the property. We have a reputation for cleanliness and friendliness.
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National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) P.O. Box 981, Palmer, AK 99645
Wilderness skills and leadership education. 14 to 75 day courses. Backpacking, mountaineering, sea kayaking, arctic rivers, outdoor educators courses. College credit available. Tongass and Chugach National Forests. Denali, Gates of the Arctic, Wrangell-St. Elias National Parks.
Naturalist Journeys PO Box 16545, Portal AZ 85632
Arctic Alaska: A Naturalist Along the Dalton! July 31-Aug. 7, 2010
Join us for an incredible week ! Explore two crown jewels of the Arctic: Gates of the Arctic National Park and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Tundra biologist Dan Wetzel of Fairbanks shares 30+ years of expertise. Search for Muskoxen, Caribou, ptarmigan, jaegers, Red Fox, songbirds from Asia, wildflowers & some of Earth's finest scenery.: Brooks Range, Antigun Pass & more. www.naturalistjourneys.com 866 900 1146
NOVA River Runners PO Box 1129, Chickaloon AK 99674
Since 1975. Scenic and whitewater river rafting trips from class I to V, glacier hikes and ice climbing instruction on the Matanuska Glacier. Day trips near Anchorage and multi-dat trips statewide. www.nova-alaska.com
Orca Adventure Lodge PO Box 2105, Cordova AK 99574
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Orca Island Cabins P.O. Box 1815, Seward, Alaska 99664
Orca Island Cabins, owned and operated by long-time Alaskans Dennis and Susan Swiderski, offers comfortable and stylish overnight accommations (yurts) on a private island in scenic Humpy Cove, Resurrection Bay, 9 miles SE of Seward, Alaska. View wildlife from your private deck; kayak; explore tide-pools and a nearby salmon stream and waterfall; fish from the island or its dock; or just sit back and relax.
Pike's Waterfront Lodge offers 208 rooms with scenic views of the Chena River, a steam room and sauna, riverside deck, restaurant, comfortable lounge, and free wireless internet in the lobby and all rooms. We offer 500 Alaska Airline miles per stay for applicable rate plans. We are a Green Star member and Gold Level Adventure Green Alaska member.
Our hotel is minutes away from the Fairbank Airport, and next door to famous Pike's Landing Restaurant. Pike\'s other amenities include an exercise room, business center, a free shuttle service to the airport or train station, and Aveda aromotherapy bath products.
Prince William Sound Eco-Charters P.O. Box 735,Whittier, AK 99693
Prince William Sound Eco-Charters was first established in 2000 by a seasoned captain, familiar with the Sound and the winds and seas that affect it. Whether your interests lie in fishing, sightseeing, transportation to cabins or other destinations around the Sound, or even photography, please give us a chance to meet your needs.
Rust's Flying Service PO Box 190867, Anchorage, AK 99519
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Rusty Cove PO Box 4374, Palmer AK 99645
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Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge In Kachemak Bay State Park P.O. Box 2265, Homer, AK 99603
ADVENTURERS & ROMANTICS! Leave the crowds and enjoy a full-service, true Wilderness Lodge. Located inside Kachemak Bay State Park, we are a short boat ride from Seldovia, Halibut Cove, or Homer. On-site weddings & honeymoons. Adventures of land, sea, and air. Parties of 6 or more have the entire lodge to themselves. Book early for this option. Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge is full-service wilderness lodge and adventure destination inside Kachemak Bay State Park.
Sailwood Adventures P.O. Box 15342, Fritz Creek, AK 99603
Oceanside, private wilderness lodge for intimate vacation with family or friends. Sea Kayaks make this trip one to remember while viewing bears, whales, sea birds, eagles and sea otters. Hiking, cooking, strolling, relaxing, sailing, enjoying all that Alaska has to offer in beautiful Sadie Cove.
Seaman's Adventures 1435 Bay Avenue, Homer, AK 99603
Seaman’s Adventures offer wildlife tours, natural and cultural history tours, guided hiking, and Alaska halibut and salmon fishing in the incredibly productive and diverse Kachemak Bay and lower Cook Inlet area. Available in spring through fall, our adventures allow the visitor to experience and learn about a diversity of marine mammals, marine and terrestrial birds, Alaska coastal foresst, andthe fascinating geology and cultural history of the Bay. Kachemak Bay State Park offers some of the best hiking opportunities in Alaska, whether you hike through a coastal forest or climb to alpine tundra. Kachemak Bay and Lower Cook Inlet offers some the best halibut and salmon fishing in Alaska! Our specialty is small groups from two to four people, and families and children are welcome and encouraged. Join our expert naturalist and fishing guide and experience Kachemak Bay at its best. To top off your trip, enjoy the best cabin rentals or B&B in Homer.
Sheep Mountain Lodge 17701 W. Glenn Highway, Sutton, AK 99674
Beautiful log lodge in the mountains. Comfortable guest cabins with private bathrooms and spectacular views. Delicious homemade meals and fresh-baked desserts. Local activities include glacier hiking flightseeing, guided hiking, river rafting and wildlife viewing. Located along the National Scenic Byway - the Glenn Highway at milepost 113.5. Join us for relaxing day in the mountains. Hot tub and wood-fired sauna await.
Sitka Sound Ocean Adventures 112 Toivo Circle, Sitka AK 99835
Join us for a guided sea kayak adventure to explore "the coast less paddled". Sitka Sound, and the countless passages extending north & south, comprises one of the most spectacular marine wilderness environments in the world. We offer a range of guided trips & outfitting services to match any schedule, budget, ability and preference. Our specialty is designing custom trips for families and private groups of 6-persons or less. Let's go paddling!
Sitka's Secrets 500 Lincoln St. Unit B-9, Sitka, AK 99835
Whether you're visiting southeast Alaska to fish for salmon or halibut, or to see tufted puffins, bald eagles, sea otters or humpback whales, join us, and we'll share our secrets!
My husband and I are wildlife biologists, and moved to Alaska in the 1970s, working for the US Fish and Wildlife Service. We share a perspective acquired through years of education, experience, and a love for Alaska's wildlife.
We invite you to check out our website for more information!
Sound Eco Adventures P.O. Box 707, Whittier, AK 99693
Biologist-guided whale-watching, wildlife, glacier and nature photography tours for up to 6 aboard heated, beachable, 30' cruiser in Prince William Sound, departing Whittier. Individual attention and uncrowded photo ops assured. 2010 is our 22nd yr. Visit us online at <A HREF="http://www.soundecoadventure.com/">Sound Eco Adventures</A>, call Toll-Free at 888-471-2312, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southeast Charters Inc. P.O. Box 33018, Juneau, AK 99803
Cruise the protected waters of Alaska's Inside Passage. Enjoy whale watching, bear viewing, iceberg and glacier adventures, catching fish, setting crab pots, and exploring fiords with sheer rock walls and misty waterfalls.
Stan Stephens Cruises PO Box 1297, Valdez AK 99686
Sunny Cove Sea Kayaking P.O. Box 3332, Seward, AK 99664
Since 1996 our professional guides/naturalists have been introducing paddlers to the wonders of coastal Alaska. We offer kayaking from three locations in the Seward area – Lowell Point, Fox Island and Kenai Fjords. We have the right trip for you whether an introductory paddle or a multi-day kayak/camping adventure. We feature small groups, great food and excellent guides. Come explore our home with us and take away an experience of a lifetime.. www.sunnycove.com
Taquan Air 4085 Tongass Avenue, Ketchikan, Alaska
Taquan Air provides quality flightseeing and air service in southeast Alaska.
TaskKlock 2200 JENNISON CIR
TaskKlock makes job costing software for small manufacturers and independent professionals who need to see actual vs. bid job costs, project tracking and project status, and do detailed timekeeping for payroll.
The Boat Company, LLC P.O. Box 1839, Poulsbo, WA 98370
The Boat Company has been operating small ship ecotours in Southeast Alaska every summer for thirty years. Our cruises are typically one week long and feature visits to remote wilderness areas throughout the region's scenic protected waterways.
On any given day, guests of The Boat Company have the opportunity to participate in an abundance of activities. We offer fishing, shoreline walks with trained naturalists, early morning and late evening kayaking, wildlife and glacier viewing, and everything from leisurely beach combing or gentle strolls to vigorous hikes through virgin rainforests.
Tolsona Wilderness Campground Mile 173 Glenn Highway, PO Box 23, Glennallen AK 99588
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Too-loo-uk River Guides P.O. Box 106, Denali Park, AK 99755
Extended wilderness raft trips to Alaska's Arctic; Brooks Range, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Gates of the Arctic NP, NPR-A
as well as trips in Wrangell-st Elias and the Chugach Mountains. We've been guiding in Alaska's backcountry and on Alaska's remote rivers for over 20 years. We are Alaska owned and operated and specialize in small groups and personal service.
Wellwood Center B&B HC60 Box 227, Mile 5.75 Edgerton Hwy., Copper Center AK 99573
Wellwood Center Bed and Breakfast offers upscale lodging only steps away from wild Alaska. Both people-friendly and earth-friendly, Wellwood is a perfect place to stay for a night, a few days, or a month, as you explore all parts of Copper River Country. Our nature preserve invites you with stream-side trails, interpretive programs, and stunning views. Let Wellwood welcome you to this land of unique intrigue and adventure!
Wild Alaska Travel 1115 D. Street Juneau, Ak. 99801
Wild Alaska Travel itineraries revolve around exclusive, authentic and off-the-beaten path adventure tours and extraordinary travel moments in parts of Alaska that most people will never experience. The tours have a strong experiential and learning component. Our goal is to create a "trip-of-a-lifetime" by taking you to unique locations and provide first-hand opportunities to experience the Alaska you always dreamed about! www.wildalaskatravel.com
Wilderness Birding Adventures 5515 Wild Mountain Road. Eagle River, AK 99577
Wilderness Birding Adventures is dedicated to exploring, conserving and sharing Alaska’s rich natural world with those who like to add a splash of adventure and spontaneity (balanced with careful planning and safety) to their vacation in the Great Land. Since 1986, we have been offering our guests the best in Alaska birding, rafting, sea kayaking, hiking and wildlife viewing trips from birding tours in the Pribilofs, Gambell and Nome, to wilderness expeditions like paddling the Kongakut and Canning rivers in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, photographing Spectacled Eiders on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta – to name just a few of the possibilities!
Yukon River Lodge P.O. Box 68049, Ruby, AK 99768
There still remain a few wild places in the world and this is one of them. Nestled at the base of Kokrines Hills, Alaska’s Yukon River Lodge (currently under construction) overlooks the Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge and the Yukon River stretched out before it.