A stay at the Berg Bay Cabin gives you access to land, sea and Alaskan wildlife! Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Berg Bay and Aaron Creek – an area that is known for its variety of flora and fauna.
WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT ALASKA CHARTERS AND ADVENTURES
Small Groups: While we have the capability to accommodate larger groups, we feel that wildlife viewing & photography along with real wilderness surroundings are best experienced by very small groups. Being part of a large tour group doesn’t lend itself to the up close & personal experience we strive to provide our guest. You can expect us to recognise your individual interests, limitations & expectations.
Training and Experience: Our mission is to provide you with the highest quality professional guides and captains. We can offer you Wrangell’s only state certified guides, certified naturalist, & Alaska Cultural host. At Alaska Charters and Adventures, we will provide you high quality guides and captains. No matter which tour you book, you will follow a trained, mature and professional guide.
Trip Length: Alaska Charters and Adventures is unique in that we prefer to offer you FULL DAY excursions customised for your interests and abilities. This means you can linger for that perfect photo and enjoy plenty of opportunities to get out and take in the scenery. Why rush? Take time to optimize wildlife viewing and lightning. More time is more opportunity to experience Alaska’s remarkable nature.
Cabin NameBerg Bay Cabin
Check In/OutTo be confirmed. Dependent on tides.
Duration3 days, 2 nights (call for variations)
Meeting PlaceAlaska Charters and Adventures office. Contact us for transportation to our office
PriceUS$475 per person (2 people min);
US$150 each extra person (6 people max)
SeasonApril through September 15
InclusionsTransport from Wrangell to and from the Berg Bay cabin, cabin camping gear for appropriate group size, cooking necessities, very high frequency (VHF) radio, maps, field guides, heating oil for cabin heater, drinking water, cooler
FishingPlease see our FAQ for details on fishing licenses
WHAT TO EXPECT
The Berg Bay Cabin offers one of the few opportunities to hike through the forest on a developed trail. If you want an opportunity to view wildlife, this is the place to do it! The Berg Bay and Aaron Creek area is well known for its population of black and brown bears. Abundant foraging opportunities and salmon population attract the bears to the area.
One of the best parts of the location is the access to both the intertidal area and ocean as well as the grassy meadows of the river delta. You have a variety of experiences to choose from while staying at this cabin. From paddling the calm waters of Blake Channel to hiking to the estuary of Aaron Creek. There are no designated trails in the estuary, but the tidal grass flats provide hours of hiking opportunities. Observe wildflowers, waterfowl and even black and brown bears, moose or wolves! You can also scan the surrounding mountains for mountain goats, which inhabit the alpine regions of the mainland. Want a more adventurous hike? The Forest Service trail winds for an additional 4 more miles up to Aaron Creek.
Enjoy calm evenings from the deck of the cabin with friends or family. Relax and plan the next day’s adventure around the bonfire. Then, climb into cozy bunks in the snug cabin. Let the true quiet of this sheltered wilderness setting soothe you to sleep.
This cabin accommodates 4 to 6 people. It comes equipped with the basics: bunks, table, oil heater and an outhouse. We can provide you with the remaining necessities (and even some luxuries) to have a fantastic experience at this remote cabin.
If you would like to maximize your experience, hire one of our local guides. They will help you discover some of the little known attractions of the area. From wildlife viewing opportunities and cruising up the crystal clear waters of Aaron Creek.
For pricing on additional nights, equipment, excursions, or help with planning your trip, please call us at (888)993-2750 or Contact Us.