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Alaska's Most Charismatic City! Nestled against lush, green-forested mountains, Sitka's Russian Orthodox Cathedral spires rise above this surprisingly cosmopolitan town perched on the "outside" of Alaska's Inside Passage. With a delightful fusion of art, culture and wilderness; Sitka promises more than just big nature and frontier activities although those abound as well. Originally a Tlingit settlement, locals still live a modern mix of Alaska Native, Russian and American heritage while enjoying performing and visual arts, native culture, outdoor recreation and maritime adventures including fishing, kayaking, diving and surfing. Direct 2-hour flights from Anchorage and Seattle, fast-ferry services, historical places, vibrant fine arts scene, renowned classical music festival, a National Park, SE Alaska's "best catch" salmon and halibut fishing, top native museum Sheldon Jackson, ocean kayaking, surfing, a raptor rescue center and bear refuge, small/micro cruising, Russian American capital, boutique shopping, accessible wildlife, craft food scene, locavore restaurants...there really is no end in sight when art meets wild Alaska.

Address 104 Lake St
Sitka, AK 99835 Local
(907) 747-8604