Tulchina Adventures (Tol-shee-nah) offers the ideal way to create your own adventure in Lake Clark National Park. Tulchina means “the water people” in Athabascan. Owners Warren and Beth Hill have a family heritage in the Bristol Bay area of Southwest Alaska. Every day they appreciate the clear blue waters and awe-inspiring mountains that define wild Alaska and invite you to experience it. Whether you are a weekend warrior or planning a longer excursion, Tulchina Adventures offers equipment to help you explore the area’s rugged frontier.
Port Alsworth is situated on the shores of Lake Clark, 175 miles southwest of Anchorage and on the border of Lake Clark National Park. The lake is a 45 mile-long glacier fed lake, with adventure waiting on its shores. Rent a kayak, canoe or skiff and set out to discover rugged Alaska at your own pace. The lake’s turquoise blue waters offer world-class fishing for salmon, pike, lake trout and grayling. Stay at our private campground and enjoy the hiking trails within the park to near-by mountains, lakes and waterfalls.