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Pelican, population 90, is a small fishing village the Lisianski Inlet, on the edge of the Gulf of Alaska. What to See and Do You can charter a boat for fishing or go kayaking at …

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Rock-lined pathway in the forest

Situated on the picturesque west coast of Prince of Wales Island, Klawock is a small town of 854 residents. What to See and Do With an average temperature of 58 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer …

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Forest lake

Embark on your own wildlife adventure by hiking through one of the area’s several trails discovering waterfalls, fishing or wandering along a stretch of beach. What to See and Do Eagles, black bear, and whales …

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Hoonah, population 800, is located on Chichagof Island, and is the largest Native Tlingit community in Alaska. What to See and Do Hoonah offers outstanding opportunities for learning about Native Tlingit culture and enjoying world-class …

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Hydaburg sea shore

Hydaburg, population ~400, is located on the west coast of Prince of Wales Island, surrounded by the Tongass National Forest. What to See and Do Visit the Civilian Conservation Corps totem park and enjoy hiking, …

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Spring lake next to mountains

The annual Kasaan Community Harvest is a weekend event that brings community members and guests together to prepare food, learn safe processing techniques and exchange family recipes of the Haida community. What to See and …

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What to See and Do The Angoon village offers a rich history to explore. The traditional Clan houses and their totems serve as the backdrop for its residents strong ties’ to the Tlingit culture which …

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