A day on the Fjord

This is a great way to get out on the water and see the Lynn Canal at its best. Towering mountains and hanging glaciers are the back drop for this guided wildlife extravaganza. With options for half day or full day trips we will spend 2 to 6 hours exploring the Chilkat Peninsula and surrounding area. Take your choice of a double or single kayak and keep your eyes peeled for sea lions, seals, orca and humpback whales.

Dates: Custom

Rates: Starting at $150.00 per person

3 Day Fjord Paddle

Three days by land and sea.

3 days on the water around Haines will only just start to give you a feel for this immense wilderness situated at the northern end of the inside passage.  Leaving the little town of Haines on day 1 will see us loading kayaks and paddling to our first camp or loading our gear into a local water taxi and meeting our kayaks at our base camp.

Each day we will have time to explore the area around our camp, venturing up creek beds and through lush green forest and maybe even right up to the glacier.  The water however will be our road to our next camp and will send home how important the sea is to this still thriving ecosystem.

A Work Week at Sea!

This 5-day sea kayak trip highlights the stunning scenery that makes Haines, Alaska the Adventure Capital of Alaska.

We begin our trip on the beach in front of the historic Fort Seward. The first day is a short paddle across the Lynn Fjord and into the Tongass National Forest.  At 17 million acres the Tongas is the largest national forest in the United States.

Our first camp is just above the intertidal zone and teaming with bird and marine life.  After making camp we will take time for a forest hike that is sure to include signs of moose, bear and a host of other wild things that call this area home.

3 Day Skiff Camping

Like Car Camping in the Wilderness.

The 3-day skiff camping trip highlights the stunning scenery that makes Haines, Alaska the Adventure Capital of Alaska.

We begin our trip on the beach in front of the historic Fort Seward. The first day is a short paddle across the Lynn Fjord and into the Tongass National Forest.  At 17 million acres the Tongas is the largest national forest in the United States.

Our first camp is just above the intertidal zone and teaming with bird and marine life.  After making camp we will take time for a forest hike that is sure to include signs of moose, bear and a host of other wild things that call this area home.