PLANNING YOUR TRIP
there are no roads into Yakutat most visitors arrive by air.
The village is also served by the Alaska ferry system, but
the schedule is not conducive to those with limited travel
time (Check with the Alaska Marine Highway online for
detailed information). Unlike many rural Alaskan
destinations, the great air service schedule offered by
Alaska Airlines 737s makes it easy to reach Yakutat & to get
back home after your stay & bring along any processed fish
Airlines serves Yakutat with two daily flights on Boeing
737s. Yakutat is the smallest village with this level of
customer service and quality jet service.
leaves from Seattle in the morning and arrives in Yakutat
after a stop in Juneau just before lunch.
from Anchorage in mid-afternoon arriving in Yakutat after a
stop in Cordova in late afternoon. Routing through Anchorage
will often allow travelers coming from further away than
Washington State to arrive in Yakutat with only one day of
travel. However, travelers who arrive on the early flight
and/or leave on the late flight gain time for more fishing
or exploring the area.
is a perfect add-on to your Alaskan experience. Fly into
Anchorage, rent a motor home to tour the interior or the
Kenai Peninsula, then stop in Yakutat on the way home. Or
take a cruise ship north & route home through Yakutat. Call
the lodge & the manager will help you plan your Alaskan
Boat mooring is usually available
for anyone traveling to Yakutat by boat. Call for