Haunted Sitka

PO Box 6186, Sitka AK 99835

The “Ghosts of Historic Sitka” tour explores the grim and ghastly tales that center around the many cultures that comprise Sitka’s past.  Journey with Haunted Sitka through the back passages of town on this 90 minute relaxed walking tour.

Sitka Historic Sheldon Jackson Campus Tour

The tour takes place on the beautiful campus overlooking the local harbors, conveniently located adjacent to downtown, and includes The Sitka Fine Arts Camp, Sitka Summer Music Festival, and Sheldon Jackson Museum. Your walking tour runs for 1.5 hours. You will visit the buildings, learning the history of Sitka, starting 10,000 years ago with the indigenous people, the Tlingit. You will learn about the Russian occupation, into America’s purchase, Alaska World War II, statehood, and to the present. Expect to have a half-hour at the Sheldon Jackson Museum, which is the oldest museum in Alaska, with the best collection of Native artifacts, it is a gem.

Sitka Maritime Heritage Society Walking Tour

The Sitka Maritime Heritage Society is a non-profit dedicated to preserving maritime heritage and sharing that legacy with the public especially youth. We offer tours to educate guests on Sitka’s rich maritime heritage. We are also restoring a historic building as a maritime heritage center and working boat space.

Sitka Trail Works, Inc.

801 Halibut Point Rd., Sitka, AK 99835

Sitka Trail Works, Inc. is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the development, maintenance, and promotion of Sitka area trails.  Occasional guided hikes, maps, volunteer trail maintenance, and special events are offered throughout the summer.

Taste of Sitka Seawalk Tours

Guided walking tour of local businesses and locally made products.  Learn about Sitka’s rich history from both Tlingit and Russian perspectives.  This walking tour is accessible for the disabled. Groups of less than six are preferred.

US Forest Service – Sitka Ranger District

2108 Halibut Point Rd., Sitka, AK 99835

Situated on the outer coast of the Gulf of Alaska, the Sitka Ranger District encompasses Baranof Island and part of Chichagof Island. The road system provides access to numerous miles of hiking trails, while access to the outer coast provides great opportunities for backcountry hiking, camping, dry cabins, whale watching and fishing. The Mount Edgecumbe Volcanic Field is another unique feature found on this district.