Get up to 50% Off + MORE! Code: MML18 Ends: 5/28 Details

  1. Help
Get up to 50% Off + MORE! Code: MML18 Ends: 5/28 Details

Petersburg Alaska 2012

Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player.

Petersburg Alaska 2012 - Page Text Content

S: Petersburg Alaska

BC: Exploring Southeast Alaska

FC: Petersburg Alaska August 2012

1: To celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary we planned a trip to Petersburg Alaska. We found the perfect little house to stay in for a week, known as the "Sugar Shack". | Keith & Jerri Streeter

3: The beauty of Alaska will draw you in and keep you coming back for more. Petersburg is located on the northern tip of Mitkof Island. | Frederick Sound

4: navigating the Wrangell Narrows | pinball alley...keep it between the markers! | a watchman on the bow of the ferry

5: for pleasure | or a living

6: built to stand the changing tides

7: Reflections

8: Butts | Halibut | Rockfish

9: Fishing | Catching | Skate | The big one! | 16ft Smokercraft

10: Icebergs from LeConte Glacier

11: The Petersburg Penguins

13: just chillin on a iceberg

14: Sea Lions hold down the buoys that mark the entrance to the Wrangell Narrows


16: Sugar Shack

17: A perfect place to call home for a week

19: rockfish in a bucket

20: We found crab pots tucked into the tree line along shore. The large pot is for king crab, which only AK residents can keep.

21: Mike and Vonda's place

22: A great looking place to camp

23: Woodpecker Cove

24: Sunset from the cabin, looking out on the Wrangell Narrows. We will be back to Petersburg again, with our boat in tow, to enjoy more of the beauty and fishing this place has to offer.

25: A Bald Eagle spreads it's wings to dry in the sun

26: After a overnight ride on the Alaska Marine Highway ferry Matanuska, we arrived back at Prince Rupert, Canada. From there we headed to the Nisga Lava Beds. From a view point we walked back to Vetter Falls, where the water was a very brilliant aqua blue.

27: A short trip up the Cassiar Hwy. brought us to Bear Glacier Prov. Park We hurried to set up camp before dark

28: Bears found grazing along the roadway

29: VIEWING BEARS | the bears come in to feed on salmon while visitors watch from above on the enclosed boardwalk | Fish Creek Bear Viewing Station Hyder Alaska

30: Bald Eagles | teach their young, on a sandbar near Stewart, Canada & Hyder, Alaska

31: A close up look at the crevices in the glacier ice | BEAR GLACIER


33: BLACK BEAR | Keith spotted this cub in the brush while watching it's mama He honked the horn and up the tree it went! | The bear were out feeding on the grasses on the edge of the roadway

34: Beautiful British Columbia CANADA

35: The wind howled, the train wheels squealed and the highway noise never ended but it was a pretty setting on the water to camp in Mt. Robson Provincial Park.

36: Athabasca Falls | Located in Jasper National Park the headwaters come from the Columbia Glacier. Among the most powerful and breathtaking falls in the Rocky Mountains.

37: The beautiful Canadian Rockies seen in Jasper and Banff National Park located in Alberta Canada.

38: COLUMBIA ICEFIELD elevation 9,843 ft The Columbia Icefield is a surviving remnant of the thick ice mass that once covered most of Western Canada's mountains. It is the largest icefield in the Canadian Rockies.

39: Evan on a cloudy day the beauty of the Canadian Rockies shines through.

40: A great place for lunch with a killer view of the mountains and beautiful aqua colored glacier fed waters. | We logged nearly 4000 miles on this trip with our Subaru Forester

41: LAKE LOUISE | MORAINE LAKE | We spent the night at the Lake Louise Campground in Banff. The high voltage fence they say is to keep the bears out! | Moraine Lake is the other lake near Lake Louise, both beautiful glacier fed. It was nearly dusk when we got there, so we didn't have to fight the crowds!

Sizes: mini|medium|large|enormous
Default User
  • By: jerri s.
  • Joined: over 5 years ago
  • Published Mixbooks: 1
No contributors

About This Mixbook

  • Title: Petersburg Alaska 2012
  • Our trip to Petersburg Alaska this summer. Fishing for Halibut and the beautiful sights of Fredericks Sound and the Wrangell Narrows. Also shown is our Black Bear pictures on the return trip home and some sights seen in Jasper and Banff National Park.
  • Tags: Petersburg Alaska, Halibut, Black Bears
  • Published: over 5 years ago