To provide an environment where Veterans and Emergency Responders can reconnect to nature, thus promoting personal growth, healing and relaxation. We believe that providing this type of support for Veterans and Emergency Responders will lessen their likelihood of suicide, substance abuse and broken families.
Located in a temperate rainforest in Southeast Alaska with mountains on one side and open ocean on the other.
In the News...
Planet Alaska: A place for healing at Waypoint for Veterans
In the pouring rain Lucas Goddard led nine hikers along a trail so flooded it...
VFW Magazine 2022
In quieting the ripple of war that echoed in his mind. Lucas Goddard delved into the cool, fluid waters running through this hometown of Sitka, Alaska.
Healing in Hoonah by honoring Southeast's Indigenous veterans
As the rain paused in the early morning of July 24, 2021 hundreds of veterans...
noun: waypoint; plural noun: waypoints
a stopping place on a journey.
At this stopping point, I would like to bring you into Alaska's wilderness.
As an Alaskan Veteran I find it very important to bring the positive effects that nature has to other veterans, first responders and their families.
I was born and raised here in Sitka. My passion is helping others like myself. I have experienced the positive effects of nature from being surrounded by this wild and beautiful environment. Being outdoors has grounded me, challenged me and even helped me relax.
Through our list of different options that we offer I would like to tailor an adventure to fit your abilities and interests. From hiking the mountain tops to riding the waves in a kayak, each adventure will be one to remember.
All donations help Veterans and First Responders
Current donations will go directly to the August week long adventure, as well as for sponsoring local adventures for local Veterans and First Responders for the 2023 season.