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On top of the year overlooking Sitka is this historical site displaying many signs about the purchase and the castle that use to be there but was burned down. Enjoyable walk either by steps or by a ramp wrapping back and forth for wheelchair accessibility....更多
The sight of the purchase of Alaska by the United States. Also so much local history happened here between the native tribes and the Russians. It is also the best place to see all of Sitka. The views were amazing.
On the site of the old Tlingit town, the National Park System built a historical museum about its history and Tlingit heritage. The museum building has a nature trail that takes you to the site of the old fort while viewing dozens of totem poles...更多
This is the site of a Russian fort in the former Russian capital of Alaska. Alas the fort is gone but they do have some markers which explain the history of the Russians in Alaska and the signing over of Alaska to the US after...更多
This is a bit of a walk either up the stairs or using the ramp but is well worth it. Once at the top there are several markers outlining the history of the castle mound. Be aware that there is no longer a castle here...更多
A short walk from the cruise ship pier. The climb to the top of the hill is not hard at all. This is an excellent place to take pictures of the harbor and town. There are a number of plaque's that describe the historical significance...更多
Really just a hill overlooking the harbor, but we wanted to be able to say we had stood on the spot where the U.S. bought Alaska from the Russians. There are steps or a sloped sidewalk to get to the top, not a bad walk....更多
Well worth 20 or 30 minutes while in Sitka. There's an easy climb to reach the top of the hill to see the historical plagues and nice view of the area. I thought the descriptions on the plaques describing the history of the area and...更多
Admittedly trekked through the park on the way to the Baranof Island Brewing (industrial area on the other side of the Indian River) ...but walked the loop ..first class facilities and staff ...and were serving ice cream in celebration of Independence Day. The exhibit inside...更多
Hike up to the top of Castle Hill and enjoy the view of Sitka. Interesting spot where Alaska was handed over to the United States from Russia. Worth the windy, uphill walk.