Valley of the Eagles Golf
Hit the links on one of the world’s most scenic golf courses. Professionally and ecologically designed to maintain the wetlands and vegetation, this 9-hole course provides amazing riverfront and mountain vistas.
- Valley of the Eagles Golf Course
- 9 hole, professionally designed golf course
- Astroturf Greens safeguard the surrounding salmon spawning habitat
- Pull Carts provided - walk in a beautiful setting surrounded jagged peaks
- Even on cloudy day, the views are stunning.
Your adventure begins with a short interpretive drive through Haines including historic Fort Seward and the parade grounds. After driving through the Fort you will go to the golf course and be outfitted with all of your equipment including clubs, pull-cart, balls (3) and overboots (overboots are only needed if the course is wet).
The next 2.5 hours will be spent enjoying the professionally designed par 36 9-hole course. Abundant wildlife compliments the amazing mountain scenery with frequent sightings of spawning salmon, bald eagles, moose, waterfowl, mink, otters, wolves, and songbirds. The course is ecologically designed to enhance the salmon streams, maintain wetlands, and all vegetation is native to the area. Several viewing stations are equipped with binoculars and distributed throughout the course to maximize your opportunities to get up and close with the wildlife and the spectacular mountain and river views.
This is a great family experience and kids are welcome. Don’t forget to bring your camera!!
(~20 minutes) – We’ll board our transportation and head toward the Valley of the Eagles golf course. Along the way to the course we’ll drive past historic Fort Seward where your guide will describe its unique history.
(~2.75 hours) – Upon arrival at the course, your guide will get you setup with appropriately sized clubs, a pull-cart and 3-balls. Next, you’ll be able to play golf the scenic Valley of the Eagles Course at your own pace. There are numerous viewpoints throughout the course where you’ll be able to soak in the dramatic backdrop of the towering mountains and the glacially-fed Chilkat River.
(~25 minutes) – Once you wrap up your round, you’ll have some additional free-time to visit the pro-shop and learn more about the course and its eco-friendly construction. A light snack will also be served at the end of play.
(~15 minutes) – From here we’ll re-board our transportation and head back to our meeting point at the Port Chilkoot Dock. The dock is a short walk from downtown and nearby shops and restaurants.
Our guide will meet you 15 minutes prior to the tour start time to make sure all necessary paperwork is completed. You will meet your guide on the Southeast corner of the main cruise ship dock in Portage Cove. CLICK HERE to see a map pointing to this location.
What equipment is provided?
Once at the course you will be provided with clubs, a pull-cart, balls (3) and overboots (overboots are only needed if the course is wet).
Is there a bathroom?
Yes - restrooms are available on the dock prior to departing for your tour and on-site at the golf course.
Do you cancel due to weather?
Our tours embrace Southeast Alaska’s unpredictable weather. Our tours run rain or shine. If in a rare instance weather does cause us to cancel the tour you will be refunded in full and provided with assistance with finding an alternative activity for the day.
What kind of wildlife will I see?
Though wildlife can never be guaranteed, bald eagles, moose, all five types of Pacific salmon, brown and black bears frequent the area. Wildlife sightings depend on the time of the year and area within Haines where the excursion takes place.
Is there a charge for infants (0-18 months)?
No, infants are not allowed. The minimum age to participate in the tour is 8 years old.
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*Price is per adult in USD, taxes not included.
My wife and I very much enjoyed the golfing excursion to Valley of the Eagles in Haines Alaska. The course was very scenic with eagles soaring overhead and wild iris growing everywhere in the rough. Fairways were a little wet, but we weren't expecting to see Augusta National conditions. By inventing some "local" rules, we played well and had a great adventure. They furnished excellent sets of clubs and we rented a golf cart. When finished, we were treated to some local history by the owner, whose granddaughter was also our tour guide for the day. Highly recommended!