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Glacier Bay  Alaska   British Columbia 

10-Day Adventures


4/29-5/08, 2019: Sitka-Glacier Bay Explorations 

8/18-8/27, 2019: Glacier Bay-Sitka Explorations 

8/29-9/7, 2019: Sitka-Juneau Alaska 

9/9-9/18, 2019: Juneau to Ketchikan, Alaska

Here's more on: 

Sitka-Glacier Bay --or-- Glacier Bay-Sitka. 

Your adventure starts or ends with your first evening (April 29) spent at the the Sitka Hotel also the place with the best dinners in town. We recommend if you come in early to go explore the Sitka National Historic Park, the Sitka Sound Science Center and other wonderful cultural places of interest. 
April 30-May 3: You will board the Sea Wolf at 2pm on April 30 to start our exploration of Baranof, Admiralty, Chichagof Islands and Glacier Bay National Park. Depending on weather we have 2 routes equally beautiful to cruise toward Glacier Bay (or towards Sitka) where we spend our last 4 days.
  • Explore the outside coastlines that offer incredible vista's epic island and shoreline kayak explorations and numerous hikes.
  • From Sitka we can cruise the Inside waters, Island hopping and navigating through narrow scenic straits. there are many coves to tuck into for adventurous paddles and wandering hikes. 
May 4-May 8: we will be exploring Glacier Bay National Park West Arm- a magical place where we paddle in front of tidewater glaciers, hike the shores and mountains and watch bears grazing along the beaches. Early spring is the best time for wildlife of all kinds. The birds are migrating, the bears foraging to regain weight lost in denning, the wolves trot along the beach highways while hunting and the moose are down low grazing on tender sedges and willow. May 8: Disembark in Gustavus at 10:00 AM for flights to Juneau.
Or in Sitka at 2 pm. More info soon!

Glacier Bay-Sitka reverse itinerary ending with your stay in Sitka.


Sea Wolf Adventures
P.O. Box 312
Gustavus, Alaska 99826
Office Ph (907) 957-1438






MONDAY  APRIL 15, 2013 7:00PM – 8:30PM
Listen to Jennifer Hahn at the Everett Public Library Auditorium reveal her wild food gathering secrets, and provide a taste of a foraged treat!

The Pacific Northwest is one of nature’s most generous larders, and Hahn knows it well.  Join forager, adventurer and naturalist Jennifer Hahn as she discusses the many wild foods of the area.  Author of Pacific Feast, Jennifer has dined on over 50 species of wild edibles.  From dandelion in her back yard, to Alaskan sea urchins, she has sampled it all!

Location: Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, WA 98201
Cost: Free


MAY 23, 2013--THURSDAY 7:00– 8:30 PM
Port Townsend, WA

Speaker Jennifer Hahn will be featured at the Jefferson County Land Trust annual meeting to talk about wild edibles in the Pacific Northwest!

Restoring and proper stewardship of the land is vital to a healthy and tasty environment.  Forager, and steward Jennifer Hahn will speak to the hidden treasures that lie within the wild.  From licorice root fern to stinging nettles, Jennifer will talk about sustainable harvesting to enjoy and protect the bounty of the Pacific Northwest.

Location: Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (QUUF)
2333 San Juan Avenue, Port Townsend, WA 98368
Cost: Free, $5 donation suggested


A PLACE AT THE TABLE: “Inspiring Cooks. Nourishing Communities.”

King County Library Systems will host sustainable wild food author Jennifer Hahn-- during two events--as she recalls a collection of essays about foraging on the West Coast, from deep red seaweeds to vibrant green wood sorrel. 

An intimate guide to the food at our feet, Pacific Feast shares expert advice on how to identify the good eats, harvest responsibly, and create delicious meals.  Author Jennifer Hahn provides detailed field notes on over 50 species selected for flavor and ecological resilience.  Do not miss adventurous cook Jennifer Hahn as she shares over twenty five years of wilderness travel in one night.

JUNE 4, 2013,  TUESDAY -- 7:00 PM
Bothell, WA

Wild Food Foraging & Cuisine:
A Slide/Lecture & PACIFIC FEAST Book Signing--PLUS 

Wild Food Sample!
Where: City of Bothell / King County Library System
18215 98th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011
Contact: Kirstie Cameroon, PH (425) 486-7811

JUNE 5, 2013, WEDNESDAY -- 7:00 PM
North Bend, WA
Wild Food Foraging & Cuisine:
A Slide/Lecture & PACIFIC FEAST Book Signing--PLUS 

Wild Food Sample!
Where: North Bend Library / King County Library System

115 E. 4th, North Bend, WA 98045
For More Info Contact: 
Kirsten Erickson, PH (425) 888-0554

JUNE 8, 2013, SATURDAY -- 11:00 AM
Deming, WA
Wild Food Foraging & Cuisine: 
A Slide/Lecture/Book Signing & Wild Food Sampler!
Slideshow and Lecture with Wilderness Guide and WWU Adjunct Professor Jennifer Hahn. Seaweed salad? Doug Fir Sorbet? Author of PACIFIC FEAST: A Cook's Guide to West Coast Foraging & Cuisine, will teach you how to spot the "food at your feet" with a info-packed slideshow and samples of Northwest wild food. Learn about 50 delicious common edible plants, shellfish, mushrooms, ferns and flowers and how to sustainably harvest them.This program funded through a grant from the Washington State Library funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Where: Deming Library, 5044 Mt. Baker Hwy., Deming, WA
For More Info Contact: Deming Library PH (360)  305-3600

Coming this fall

North Cascade Institute (NCI), Celebrated Chef Blaine Wetzel & Wild Food Afficianado Jennifer Hahn will offer a FABULOUS WILD FOOD FEAST & FUND-RAISER for NCI  

For More Tasty Info: Stay Tuned!