Alaska Island Hostel

Address: 805 Gjoa Street, Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 805 Gjoa Street, Petersburg, is near Anan Creek Bear Observatory, Inniskillin Okanagan (Dark Horse), Tongass Kayak Adventures, and Stikine-Leconte Wilderness.
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Travel Blogs from Petersburg

Orcas, Harbor Seals, Sea Lions & Carnivorous Plant

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 05, 2014

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As we walked the dock we passed five day-fishers hauling their catch from the boat to the dock. They caught seven halibut – one of them over 100 pounds (the woman caught the 100 pound fish). They were proud of their catch and we took pictures for them with their cameras. Yesterday they caught 11 halibut. I’m guessing that was a super catch.

In the evening, two orcas ...


A travel blog entry by tmullinax on Jul 08, 2014

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... but we were so charmed by the town, we didn't mind at all. We visited little shops full of art and really neat stuff. It was recommended that we have lunch at Coastal Cold Storage, and the seafood basket did not disappoint- beer battered halibut and clam strips, Yum! We visited the Sons of Norway hall where a replica Viking ship is on display. The town has a Little Norway Festival in the ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 30, 2014

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... finally made it to downtown, which was not much. Outside of
Sing Lee Alley, there really is nothing special here. The town is only about 3-4 blocks long. We needed to find a place to eat, but there was only one restaurant open on the whole island. It was one of those trailer restaurants that had 3 seats and the walls were made of plastic.
The food wasn’t horrible, so that was good. We have to laugh ...

Wrangell Adventure Week with Gnats!

A travel blog entry by tzhk10 on Jul 31, 2013

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... Next we went on a walk from Sandy Beach looking at petroglyphs, seaweed, seashells, limpets, and tidepools. We also spotted a rock with fossils. We then went to look for Trumpeter Swans and bears at Blind Slough. We did not see any bears or swans. We only saw ducks. Finally we went to Petersburg Creek to walk on a boardwalk through a muskeg out to another area potentially with bears. ...


A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 30, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... the largest concentration of Petroglyphs of anywhere in Southeast Alaska….. Petroglyphs are found on the beaches all around the island and throughout Southeast Alaska. (Info on Petroglyphs from the James & Elsie Nolan Center, Wrangell, Alaska.)

We got back to the campground and decided to take a "quick" drive out to Nemo point--about ...