The 23rd annual culture camp celebrates Haida heritage. Hydaburg Cooperative Association, the tribal authority, sponsors teaching of Haida language and traditional songs and dances. Carving, weaving and beading are practiced. Participants gather and prepare traditional foods. Canoe races, swimming and other races follow the camp.
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Places to stay near this event Hiking Near Hydaburg Culture Camp, Alaska More difficult Trocadero Trail
This relatively flat trail offers good wildlife viewing and leads to Trocadero Bay, ending at Snipe Creek. From there hikers can follow another path which leads to the Trocadero Bay estuary.
Most difficult One Duck Trail
One Duck Trail is a mountain alpine trail off the Hydaburg road. Steep slopes are strenuous but afford access to world-class Sitka black-tailed deer hunting in season. An older three-sided shelter at the top of the trail is available first-come, first-served.
Easy Dog Salmon Fish Pass
Dog Salmon Fish Pass wildlife viewing area is on Forest Road 2100 (Polk Road) about 12 miles from the Hydaburg Highway turnoff (Highway 913) toward Polk Inlet. It’s about a two-hour drive from Craig. This wildlife viewing area offers excellent opportunities to watch from an elevated vantage as black bears feed on salmon. Fish congregate […]
More difficult Canoe Point Trail
The trailhead is located at the Canoe Point Picnic Area in Trocadero Bay which is roughly 8-miles by water from Craig. This trail can only be accessed by boat or float plane. It is a short trail that leads to a spectacular 130-foot waterfall. This area is a popular destination for boaters and kayakers. Salmon […]
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