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Visit Yakutat

Flights

Yakutat receives jet service from Alaska Airlines twice a day. Flight 61 flies north from Seattle, and Flight 66 flies south from Anchorage. Pay attention to your flight itinerary, as you may encounter multiple layovers.

Use Code ECMK470 for a 5% discount with Alaska Airlines!

Lodging

Whether you're looking for adventure with an Alaska-renowned lodge, or wanting to cozy up in a local bed & breakfast, Yakutat has you covered. Click on lodging options below for more details.

Enjoy the privacy and comfort of an entire house. 4 Guests, 1 Bedroom, 3 Beds, 1 Bath.

Known as one of the outstanding Alaska fishing lodges, Yak Lodge is also conveniently located next to the airport, and offers a restaurant as well as other amenities.

Whether it’s that world class Alaska Fishing trip you’ve always wanted to go on, or just simply a chance to get away from it all, Glacier Bear Lodge can accommodate you.

Comfortable and quiet with welcoming hosts; one of the best accommodations to be found in Yakutat.

Enjoy the comforts of home in fully furnished, condo-style units. Sleeps 5 guests per unit in 2 bedrooms, private bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen. 

Yakutat On The Bay is a family-owned lodge that overlooks spectacular Monti Bay.

Enjoy the privacy and comfort of an entire house with beautiful views. 5 Guests, 3 Bedrooms, 5 Beds, 2 Baths.

The waterfront location of Leonard’s Landing Lodge is dominated by the view of the spectacular Wrangell-St. Elias Mountains. Enjoy cozy cabins with fully-equipped kitchens.

Experience the best of Yakutat in the Monti Bay Cabins. Your private chef will prepare and serve meals in your cabin, along with lunches packed for on-the-go fishing excursions.

Transportation

Convenient transportation to suit your needs. Get the most out of your visit to Yakutat!

Leo’s Vehicles is a smart choice for exceptional service, and is in a quick, convenient location near the Yakutat Airport.

Quality auto rentals at reasonable prices.

Explore Yakutat at your leisure with Lost Coast Adventures' bicycle rentals.

Photo by Nicole Hebel

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