Icy Strait, Alaska lies just down the road from Alaska’s largest Tlingit Native village exists a uniquely Alaskan place. It’s only about 22 miles southeast of Glacier Bay National Park and it’s the only wilderness port in Alaska. The area has been the home to the Huna Tlingit Natives for more than 10 decades. It’s beauty, history and people offer you a glimpse into the real Alaska and what it has to offer.
If you are lucky enough to visit Icy Strait,
Alaska you can experience the Hoonah bike trek go bike riding and enjoy all of
the fresh mountain air.
Also enjoy sightseeing, forest and nature trips, saltwater salmon fishing, tribal dances, and even take a whale watching cruise. This port is bursting with culture and if your lucky you can have the full Icy Strait experience.