Cordova, Alaska has a population of just over 2,300 people and was given it’s name by spanish explorer Salvador Fidalgo back in 1790.

Cordova is mainly considered a tourist city even though it requires a ferry / plain trip to get there because there are no roads in or out of the town.

Some of the main tourist attractions for Cordova are as follows:

  • Skiing:
  • Hiking:
  • Sea Kayking – Prince Williams Sound
  • Cordova Museum
  • Iceworm Festival
  • King Solmon Derby
  • Silver Salmon Derby
  • Mountain Biking