Explore a side of Sitka rarely experienced by visitors during this unique and exhilarating cycling tour and forest walk. This tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.
Guest are transported by motor coach to the south-end of Sitka's road system. After receiving your safety and riding instructions, you will don your helmet and begin your bicycling adventure in Sitka. As you breathe in the crisp, clean outdoor air, your guides will lead you on a bike tour and inform you about Sitka's local history, current events and natural beauty. En route, you will also take in spectacular views and photo opportunities of the Pacific Ocean, Silver Bay and the mountainous backdrop. This tour also includes a hike to Thimbleberry Lake, which includes approximately one mile of hiking and crosses a waterfall. At the conclusion of your tour, you will return to the pier.
Please note: This tour involves a gently rolling, 4-mile bicycle ride, and a total of 1 mile of hiking and walking. This tour is recommended for guests that are in good physical condition, and able to ride a bike. All riders will be required to wear the provided helmet. Raingear will also be provided (if needed). Guests are advised to wear comfortable clothing and sturdy, closed-toe walking shoes. Participants must be at least ten years old, at least 4' 10" tall and accompanied by a parent if under the age of 18. This non-smoking tour operates in all weather conditions.