A dormant volcano 10 miles West of Sitka rising 3,200 feet; hikeable.
The capital of Russian America, Sitka celebrates Alaska Day as the day in October 18, 1867 when the US purchased Alaska from Russia.
Encouraging interest in Alaska's Russian history and culture through folk dance and song.
Whales can be seen in Sitka year-round, a great day activity for all ages, especially during Whalefest in November!
Sitka is a proud commercial and sport fishing community; if you're looking to fish, fish in Sitka!
Wildlife fans get an up-close look at the marine creatures that make this part of Alaska so special.
Alaska's only full-service aviation hospital and educational facility, a great place to see recovering eagles, owls, and hawks.
An educational bear sanctuary where you can see orphaned bears and bear cubs.
Visit the world’s largest intact temperate rainforest for lush greenery, vibrant wildlife and an abundance of hiking trails.