Here are some great things to do in Southwest Alaska in the winter.

  • Tee off at the Pillar Mountain Golf Classic, an irreverent par-70, one-hole golf tournament up the side of 1400-foot Pillar Mountain in Kodiak
  • Visit the Samuel K. Fox Museum in Dillingham, which houses a permanent collection of traditional Yup'ik Eskimo skin sewing, hunting and food gathering implements and artifacts, native baskets and the art work of Samuel D. Fox and others
  • Tour the Aleutian World War II National Historic Area in Dutch Harbor
  • Take the Alaska Marine Highway System ferry from Kodiak to Dutch Harbor, stopping at ports along the way

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