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Wrangell, Alaska

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Date: Ongoing
Time: Sunday-Saturday Dawn-Dusk
Price: Free Admission
Location: City of Wrangell 
Type: Bicycling
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Biking Nemo Loop
To connect to the Nemo Loop Road bike from downtown Wrangell to the ferry. This 13-mile trail takes a loop around Wrangell and offer scenic views and Native American petroglyphs.

Notes: Free Entry, Participatory

Date: Ongoing
Time: Saturday-Sunday Dawn-Dusk
Price: Free Admission
Location: The Stikine River 
Type: Water Tour
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Canoe/Kayak Trip
Enjoy leisurely trip while exploring the 'Great River'.

Notes: Canoeing/Kayaking, Free Entry

Date: Ongoing
Time: Sunday-Saturday Dawn-Dusk
Price: Free Admission
Location: City of Wrangell 
Type: Water Sports
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Canoeing/Kayaking Stikine River
The Stikine River offers paddlers a variety of waterways to explore where birds and wildlife abound. Jet boat transportation can be arranged for hire with drop offs up-river for canoe, kayak, or raft trips. Due to swift currents up-river paddling is quite strenuous and recommended only for very strong paddlers.

Notes: Free Entry, Participatory

Date: Ongoing
Time: Saturday-Sunday Dawn-Dusk
Price: To Be Announced
Location: The Stikine River 
Type: Air Tour
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Flightseeing
See the river and its glaciers and valleys by air, flying through the spectacular coastal mountains.

Date: Ongoing
Time: Saturday-Sunday Dawn-Dusk
Price: To Be Announced
Location: The Stikine River 
Type: Water Tour
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Jetboat Trips
Explore the Stikine River and have immediate access to its glaciers, lakes, and sidewaters.

Date: Ongoing
Price: $20-$40
Location: PO Box 2199 Wrangell, AK 99929 
Type: Golf
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Muskeg Meadows
Muskeg is the most plentiful un-forested terrain in southeast Alaska. These meadows are interspersed throughout the local rain forest of spruce, hemlock and cedar trees on the golf course. It was through this visual inspiration that the name "Muskeg Meadows" was derived. This 2,950 yard, 9-hole course is the first regulation course in southeast Alaska. The course is a result of cooperative efforts of local industry, city government and individuals. The facility includes a covered 8-station, 250-yard practice range as well as a practice putting green. There is a unique clubhouse/pro show, where the coffee pot is always on and strangers are welcomed by the friendliest people in the southeast. Standard golf supplies are sold, with clubs and pull carts available to rent.
 
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