Olga's House B&B
Olga's House B&B is located along the Ugashik River in Ugashik Village. Contact B&B operator Hattie Albecker for more information, rates and availability.
Things to Do
The nearby Ugashik Lakes are world renowned for trophy arctic grayling fishing. The lakes also support large concentrations of lake trout and provide key feeding habitat for large numbers of sockeye and coho salmon. The Ugashik Narrows, where two of the largest lakes are joined by a shallow flowing narrows, has outstanding recreational opportunities for angling for trophy arctic grayling, and other popular sport fish. The Narrows was also important to prehistoric Native communities .
How to Get Here
Ugashik is located on the northwest coast of the Alaska Peninsula, 16 miles up the Ugashik River from Pilot Point. It is one of 17 villages in the Lake & Peninsula Borough. Ugashik is accessible by air and water, scheduled and charter flights are available from King Salmon.
It is a traditional site of the Alutiiq, however very few people now live in Ugashik year-round. Commercial fishing, fish processing and subsistence activities sustain residents of the area. The population of this tiny community swells to over 200 during the summer as commercial fishermen return to participate in the Bristol Bay salmon fishery.
Visit the Ugashik Bay website for more information on the region.