The White Sulfur Hot Springs is a favorite diversion from the days fishing and weather and guests permitting we are happy to take you there for a soak.  The hot springs is on the outside coast and is accessible by either anchoring out front and boating in to the beach in an inflatable raft (the rocks that must be traversed to get up the beach, while not extreme, can be challenging for the elderly or disabled and this option is also limited by the potential size of ocean swell), or by anchoring in Mirror Harbor and walking a US Forest Service trail .9 miles to the springs (the trail is relatively flat gradient although all options getting to the tubs require some amount of physical ability).

On our best days we limit on the ocean in front of the springs and then take a soak in the afternoon before heading back to the lodge.  For the real Alaska experience, take a swim in the Gulf of Alaska!