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Mountain Point Underwater Trail


Scuba diving


This loop scuba trail has extreme currents during tidal exchanges and extreme storms. The underwater topography varies as this trail provides habitat for many species of vertebrate and invertebrate life including wolf eels and nudibranchs. There is an abundance of marine life including octopus, starfish, crab, tunicates, snails, anemones, fish, bryozoans, and occasional marine mammals.


0.25 miles, 1-2 hours long


Check tides

Starting Point:

The Mountain Point Underwater Trailhead is accessible by automobile with parking located on the South Tongass Highway approximately 5 miles south of Ketchikan.