White Sulphur Springs Cabin

Sitka, Alaska

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Overview

White Sulphur Springs Cabin is located on the northern shore of Bertha Bay, 65 miles northwest of Sitka, Alaska, on Chichagof Island within the West Chichagof-Yakobi Wilderness Area. The cabin makes an excellent base for experiencing and exploring this corner of Alaska.

This is a remote site in a designated Wilderness area. The cabin can be accessed by boat only, weather permitting. Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety, and must bring their own amenities.

Recreation

Recreation options include fishing, boating, hiking, photography and soaking in a natural warm springs pool. With easy terrain, many areas around the cabin are accessible to hikers. Lake Elfendahl and Lake Morris are only a 2-hour hike away. The Dry Pass Trail to Sea Level Slough can be difficult to follow and requires lower tide to cross the slough. The White Sulphur Springs Trail to Mirror Harbor is marked and easy to follow.

The warm springs is about 50 feet from the cabin with no fee for use. However reserving this cabin does not include exclusive use of the warm springs. Cabin users must be prepared for warm springs visitors at any time.

For information about fishing permits and seasons, visit the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website.

Facilities

The 12'x14' Pan Abode-style cabin accommodates six people, with two double plywood bunks and two single plywood bunks. Amenities include a wood stove for heat, a table with benches, cooking counter, broom, an axe or splitting maul and an outhouse toilet.

The cabin does not include mattresses or cooking utensils. Visitors should bring sleeping bags and pads, a cooking stove, pots, pans, plates, utensils, food, toilet paper, garbage bags, a lantern, fire extinguisher and fire starter. Rain gear and boots are recommended.

No good water source is available near the cabin.

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Natural Features

A forest of spruce and hemlock surrounds the cabin, which overlooks beautiful views of the North Pacific with breakers crashing on nearby rocky cliffs. White Sulphur Springs offers a natural warm springs frequented by many forest visitors. Brown bear frequent the area.

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