This is a two-hour guided hike to the top of Bunker Hill, known as Hill 400 during WWII.
The hike is a moderate climb along a WWII-era gravel road and is about 1.5 kilometres up (3 km round trip), with a 120-metre rise from sea level. Bunker Hill is in an area of rich cultural and historic significance and the hike passes a prehistoric site as well as numerous WWII ruins.
There are several beautiful vistas on the hike, with 360-degree views of the Dutch Harbor area. Bald eagles and marine life may also be viewed along the way.
On the top of the hill are the remains of a battery command station from WWII which includes a large concrete bunker and four mounts for 155mm guns.
This hike is offered by the Museum of the Aleutians and the guide for the hike is a museum professional with extensive knowledge of prehistory, history, the fishing industry, and flora and fauna of the area.
Note: This hike is weather-dependent and may be cancelled because of bad weather or poor visibility