Stikine Inn

107 Front Street, Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, United States | Inn
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Wrangell

A travel blog entry by frawldog

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Wrangell is another town on the inside passage of Alaska. It is an island with a little over 2,000 residents. The airport here is really tiny and only has one gate. We were lucky enough to have a college friend show us around, who made our trip 100 times better. We got a lot of the history behind the island that we would not normally have got …

Wrangell Adventure Week with Gnats!

A travel blog entry by tzhk10

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... current and tides were moving us. Rockfish, dogfish, and skates (also known as stingrays) also feed on the bottom. We caught 2 dogfish, 2 rockfish, 2 halibut, and 1 skate. None of this we kept. Either it was illegal, too little, or John didn't want to bring it onto the boat (the skate).

Then we trolled for salmon using the downriggers and rods. The downriggers would show when we had ...

Petroglyphs

A travel blog entry by r-phammond

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... one observation deck and then steps down to the beach. I did do a little walking there and saw a couple of the carvings, Denise, Torston, and Phil found more, but they were able to walk out on some more slippery and rocky surfaces than I was willing to attempt. It was so warm on the beach that I actually had to head for some shade. I was amazed that these ...

Anan Bear Viewing

A travel blog entry by r-phammond

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... for their Mama) who were out in the slough area. His biggest concern was that one of the cubs would take off toward our trail and Mama would come after it. Nothing happened with the cubs, but a black bear did impede our progress as we approached the observation deck.

When we got to the observation platform, we quickly ...

Ice, Ice, and More Ice

A travel blog entry by r-phammond

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... that Denise, Torston and Phil took. However, it is still called a fjord.

North America’s southern-most, tide-water glacier is LeConte Glacier, located about 23 miles southeast of Petersburg, AK. The fjord is a haven for hundreds of Harbor seals and their pups. The protected waters of the bay serve as a seal breeding, birthing, and rearing site. The ...

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This inn, located on 107 Front Street, Wrangell, is near Petroglyph Beach and Stikine River.
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