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Portage Bay Trail

Activity:

Hiking

Summary:

This is a great beach walk to view black bear, eagles, salmon, trout, and a variety of plants. It is also a good duck hunting, salmon fishing and berry picking area.

Length:

1 mile one-way

Elevation:

10 feet elevation gain

Difficulty:

Some obstacles

Starting Point:

The trailhead is 1.2 miles east of town. From Kake take Keku Road south, pass the Kake Portage Boat Harbor then take a right along the intertidal area of Portage Bay and along the beach road that leads to Kake Tribal Logging Log Transfer Site and then walk along the intertidal trail (vehicles may be left parked along the road).

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