Traveler's Guide to Juneau, Alaska

Situated in Southeast Alaska between the vast expanse of the Juneau Icefield and the Gastineau channel, Juneau is the isolated capitol city of Alaska.  The city itself boasts two cruise ship ports of call, an international airport, as well as being a serviced stop along the Alaska Marine Highway state ferry system.  This type of accessibility makes Juneau highly convenient, since the city is only reachable by sea or air.

Activities, Cruises, and Charters

There are over 190 Certified “off shore excursions” in Juneau alone!  Whether it’s flying, hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, whale-watching, glacier tours, local beer tasting, or even zip-lining, Juneau has it all!

Taku Glacier Lodge-
Take a scenic floatplane to the Taku Glacier for some of the best salmon in Alaska.
TEMSCO Helicopter Tours-
Glacier helicopter and dogsled tours daily. 
Allen Marine-
Whale watching tours daily.
Bear Creek Outfitters-
Grab a rod to work the “10 and 2” with a fly-fishing adventure and catch your own wild Alaskan salmon, trout,  dolly varden, or steelhead.
Alaska Canopy Adventures-
A zip-line adventure through the Alaskan forests!
Mt. Roberts Tramway-
Take a tram-car ride up Mt. Roberts and enjoy the cultural center
and nature trails.
Alaska Coach Tours-
Bus tours highlights include a stop at the foot of the Mendenhall Glacier.
Alaskan Brewing Company-
Brewed right in Juneau.  Free tastings at the brewery daily!
Perseverance Theatre-
Check listings for shows and dates.
Forest Service cabins-
Hike into the Tongass National Forest and stay the night at one of their many rustic wooden cabins.
Historic Treadwell Gold Mine
Visit this Alaskan gold mine ruin and experience a piece of Alaska's idustrial past.
Many cruise lines make destination in Juneau:

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