Places of Change

a large boulder sits on a beach

Hnitsanghi'iy 'Rock That Stands Alone'

There are various traditional stories relating to Hnitsanghi'iy and it serves as an important landmark in the region.

an aerial view of Kijik River and Lake Clark

Kijik National Historic Landmark

A special Dena'ina place that is now designated as a National Historic Landmark.

Man wearing blue flannel shirt and brown pants sits in open doorway of a log cabin on a winter day.

Learn about the Proenneke Cabin

Proenneke's cabin at Upper Twin Lake stands out for the remarkable craftsmanship that reflects his unshakable wilderness ethic.

a view of Lake Clark from ontop Tanalian Mountain

Tanalian Point

Tanalian Point was the first settlement south of Port Alsworth on Lake Clark's southeastern shore.

River at sunset with mountains in background.

Meanings of Dena’ina Tinitun (Trails)

The cultural value of trails - tinitun - has deep and multilayered meanings and uses in inland Dena’ina tradition.

two backpackers stand on a tundra overlook

Ancestral Telaquana Trail

The Ancestral Telaquana Trail is a ancestral Dena'ina Athabascan route from Telaquana Lake to Kijik Village.

Last updated: February 5, 2019

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PO Box 227
Port Alsworth, AK 99653


(907) 644-3626

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