Alaska Seaplanes provides service 1 time daily, 6 days a week (Monday through Saturday). Charter service, weather permitting is also available.
The newest addition to the Alaska Seaplanes route map is Klawock, gateway to Prince of Wales (POW) Island. Daily service commences May 2017.
POW is the third largest island in the United States, with over 1,500 miles of road--a rarity for Southeast Alaska. Explorers and adventurers alike can access eleven unique communities on the island: Craig, Coffman Cove, Hollis, Klawock, Hydaburg, Kasaan, Naukati, Port Protection, Point Baker, Thorne Bay, and Whale Pass. Variety and seclusion are two of POW’s highlights.
For those looking for culture, visit the only remaining Haida Clan House in the US or the recently restored totem park in Klawock. Explorers can trek the El Capitan caves at the North end of the Island.
Those looking for some time off-grid can stay at one of 19 USFS cabins on the island. Athletes can participate in the Prince of Wales International Marathon held annually in May. Drive to Thorne Bay, home of world’s largest logging camp and world’s largest grapple or as locals call it—the “claw.”
Prince of Wales offers both world class salt water and freshwater fishing, as well as the largest Sitka Black Tail deer in Alaska. Go take a hike on trails ranging from beginner to advanced. Drive to Naukati and taste fresh oysters or Whale Pass to view ancient petroglyphs.
Is wildlife your thing? The Bears on POW have been reclassified by Safari Club International as Coastal/Island Black bear because of their enormous size. POW has logged more record black bear than anywhere in North America.
Prince of Wales offers a little bit of something for everyone.
Klawock has a Totem Park featuring 21 restored original and replica totem poles from the old village of Tuxekan. The park has the largest collection of authentic totem poles in Alaska and is a source of community pride. The City built a Long House and a new Totem Pole was raised at that site in 1998. The Long House is named Gaaní Ax Adi.
The Bears on POW have been reclassified by Safari Club International as Coastal/Island Black bear because of their enormous size. POW has logged more record black bear than anywhere in North America.
Klawock Departure locations
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