City tour was great and finally learned something about the Native Tlinglits.
Visited: May 29, 2015
Love Wrangell, even though the Wolves are our high school rivals(Petersburg...GO VIKINGS!!). For a small place, there’s plenty of stuff to do: check out the State park, the Tribal house or the bear and wildlife observatory. Grab a bite at Notsofamous Pizza, Zak’s or the Stikine Inn. Wash down your meal at the Marine Bar(great pizza, too!).
Authentic. Worth the stop. Kevin was a great guide on the culture tour.
Visited: Jun 18, 2019
I went on a fishing excursion and caught two halibut, which I had cleaned and filleted, and shipped home. It was a bit pricey, but lots of fun.
Visited: Jun 26, 2017
Small and easy to walk all around!
Visited: Aug 05, 2013
The excursion to view Wild Bears of Anan is a must. Saw lots of bears fishing for salmon in the fast running stream.
Visited: Jul 02, 2019
A very nice and functional small village - very friendly folks!
Visited: Jul 21, 2017
Visited: Sep 26, 2019
Beautiful warm weather. Can walk the entire town it’s so small. We walked to museum, petroglyphs, hike. May is to early to see bears and salmon.
Visited: May 19, 2019
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