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ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the recreation program of SAIL. Our purpose is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan’s who experience disabilities. We maintain three offices–one in Juneau, one in Ketchikan and one in Sitka. Services include community access and inclusion opportunities, an adaptive ski and snowboard school, youth and transition recreation services, and adaptive outdoor pursuits and multi-day domestic and international trips.
News and Update
ORCA's Annual Whale Watch Cruise!
Date & Time: May 19th, 2013 1-4:00pm
Tickets on sale: May 1, 2013, call to purchase tickets SAIL 586-0104
Location: Allen Marine Terminal at Auke Bay
Shuttle Service: Free shuttle from Auke Bay Bible Church to Dock until 12:45pm
Who: Consumers, family & friends, care providers and community
members are invited to this accessible, annual ORCA Program fundraiser.
THANK YOU to Allen Marine Tours for their generosity and support!
Kayaking Course & Beardslee Island Kayak Trip
Work on your kayaking skills and then join ORCA on a Kayaking trip to the Beardslee Islands in Glacier Bay, May 23rd-28th, 2013
Course Skills:Kayak Safety, Paddling, Camping & Navigation
Course Cost: $20/class or $100 for entire course
- Must Participate in 3 of 6 kayak courses, including the Kayak safety course on April 27th
- Trip Cost Estimation: $1,200
- Call ORCA for more information
Participants of all ages and abilities were able to enjoy the mountains because of the generous support and commitment of the Juneau community. Can't wait until the snow starts falling again next year!