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Haa Aani Adventures


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Hike through the Tongass National Forest, known by the Natives as Haa Aaní, meaning “Our Land”.
  • Learn about Alaska Natives and their relationship to the forest from an Alaska Native guide.

  • Find out how Alaska Natives use local plants and animals for medicinal and household purposes.

  • Enjoy a refreshing walk through the forest and take in the peaceful natural surroundings.

  • Pay a visit to the local Fish Hatchery and follow a boardwalk trail before heading back to the town.

Hike with an Alaska Native

Take a transfer to the Ohmer Creek trailhead with your Alaska native guide. As you hike, learn about the life of Alaska Natives and find out about their relationships with local plants and animals. Enjoy the views of the forest and ponds across a floating walking bridge. Your tour continues with a stop at the local Fish Hatchery and a boardwalk trail before returning to town.

Practical information

  • Remarks/requirements: Waterproof layers and a water bottle are recommended; restrooms are available; water is included  

  • Language: English 

  • Walking information: Moderate 2-3 mile walk on flat but uneven, sometimes muddy terrain.  

  • Wheelchair accessible: No

Penguins perched on the ice of Cuverville Island, Antarctica. Credit: Espen Mills / HX Hurtigruten Expeditions

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