George Inlet

Ketchikan, Alaska

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George Inlet lies a few miles southeast of Ketchikan and is easily accessible from town by road. Much of the time George Inlet offers protected waters for kayaking—especially in its upper reaches. Trip Highlights: Scenic paddling, waterfowl, wilderness camping, marine and terrestrial mammals. Kayakers with only a little experience will have no problems here if they are willing to stay off the water when the wind picks up. Ability to camp in remote locations is important.

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"George Inlet lies a few miles southeast of Ketchikan and is easily accessible from town by road. Much of the time George Inlet offers protected waters for kayaking—especially in its upper reaches. Trip Highlights: Scenic paddling, waterfowl, wilderness camping, marine and terrestrial mammals.

Kayakers with only a little experience will have no problems here if they are willing to stay off the water when the wind picks up. Ability to camp in remote locations is important."

Activity Type: Sea Kayaking
Nearby City: Ketchikan
Distance: 17
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Multiday
Season: Best in May to August
Local Maps: NOAA #17428
Driving Directions: Directions to George Inlet

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May 2018