Eclectic, diverse, and welcoming
Sitka is a place deeply connected to its environment and people. Bordered by mountains and ocean, this remote town is located on Baranof Island in the heart of Tongass National Forest. Lush rainforest, sweeping shoreline, and an abundance of marine life and wildlife surround and inspire this island community.
For a small town, Sitka is eclectic, diverse, and welcoming. Beaches, hiking trails, Russian architecture, art galleries, and museums are all in walking distance from one another. Accessible only by boat or plane, Sitka is a unique and breathtaking adventure.
RELAX & REJUVENATE
Tune out and tune in to nature
Meditate in the tea room, or read on the beach. The property, shoreline, and luxurious house will make it easy to unplug, take in the views, and find joy in relaxation and rejuvenation.
EXPLORE THE WATER
Step out into the sea
Stone Lantern House is steps away from the ocean where beachcombing, tidal walks, and kayaking are a great afternoon adventure. You can also explore further by boat: fish Alaska’s world-class salmon and halibut, soak in natural hot springs, and spot whales and other wildlife in Sitka Sound.
IMMERSE IN WILDERNESS
Explore mountaintops and forest floors
Sitka sits at the heart of Tongass National Forest, a temperate rainforest, home to brown bear, black tailed deer, and bald eagles. Hike through the forest and up above the treeline to access breathtaking mountain views.