Welcome to Yakutat

Our fishing village is remote yet accessible, in one of the most spectacular settings on earth

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Come and find the place where canoes rest

We’re a small village located on beautiful Monti Bay – the only sheltered deep water port in the gulf of Southeast Alaska.

Although Yakutat’s mainstay is definitely commercial and sport fishing, the area has much more to offer visitors than just world class Steelhead, Salmon & Halibut fishing.

The Tongass National Forest claims top titles as the largest national forest in the United States, the largest remaining temperate rainforest, and the largest population of Bald Eagles in the world with an estimated 7000 residing throughout.

The forest is primarily made up of western red cedar, Sitka spruce, and western hemlock. Some of the oldest Sitka Spruce in the forest are found to be 800 years old, over 12 feet in diameter, and 200 feet tall.

Come and find the place where canoes rest

Find Your Way Around the Village

Natural Wonders Await

Canoe, Kayak, Hike, and Discover the Tongass National Forests, Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve, Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, Hubbard’s Glacier, Situk River, Beaches and Wildlife

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Surround yourself with majestic glaciers, ocean, rivers and forest – with a short flight from Juneau, Anchorage or Seattle

Meet the Locals

Black bears, brown bears, wolves, bald eagles, Sitka black-tailed deer, moose, humpback whales, orcas, sea otters and stellar sea lions

Meet the Locals

Find Your Path off the Beaten Path

Find Your Path off the Beaten Path

There are no roads to Yakutat, travelers come by ferry or by air.

Discover Cannon Beach with miles of soft glacial silt sand lined by coastal strawberries, wildflowers and grasses.

Named for the World War II cannons that were installed to protect the area, as you walk the beach you’ll find the historic artifacts still in place.

Surfers delight in miles of coastline, and those that walk the beach may find Japanese glass fishing buoys.

Tranquility Awaits

Get to know Southeast Alaska's hidden gem