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A True Alaskan Experience
Rain or shine this trip will be an experience of a lifetime and a true look at Mother Nature in her finest. This is the essence of what memories are made of.
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Winter in Juneau
Experience the beauty of wintertime in Alaska's capital city.
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Get Outside!
Hiking, biking, ziplining, and kayaking are just some of the excellent outdoor adventures awaiting Juneau's visitors.
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Majestic Raptors
If you have never seen a Bald Eagle in it's natural habitat, come to Juneau, Alaska, where they are plentiful.
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Juneau is Alaska’s closest “big” city to the Lower 48, which makes it surprisingly reachable any time of year.
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Glacier Sightseeing
Juneau's most popular attraction (and the most easily accessible Alaska glacier) is the mighty, magnificent  Mendenhall Glacier , located just 13 miles from downtown Juneau and only a few minutes from the airport.
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Glacier Sightseeing
Juneau's most popular attraction (and the most easily accessible Alaska glacier) is the mighty, magnificent  Mendenhall Glacier , located just 13 miles from downtown Juneau and only a few minutes from the airport.
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Whale Watching & Wildlife Viewing
If you're ready to take a walk on the "wild" side, Juneau has some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing in the world. You can get up close to whales, bears, seals, eagles, and even goats on a variety of local wildlife tours.
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Whale Watching & Wildlife Viewing
If you're ready to take a walk on the "wild" side, Juneau has some of the most spectacular wildlife viewing in the world. You can get up close to whales, bears, seals, eagles, and even goats on a variety of local wildlife tours.
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Hiking Trails
To really experience Alaska, it’s best to get out and explore it on foot. Juneau boasts more than 250 miles of hiking trails, so there are plenty of opportunities for hikers of all skill levels to get up close and personal with the area’s mountains, forests, meadows, and mining ruins.
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Hiking Trails
To really experience Alaska, it’s best to get out and explore it on foot. Juneau boasts more than 250 miles of hiking trails, so there are plenty of opportunities for hikers of all skill levels to get up close and personal with the area’s mountains, forests, meadows, and mining ruins.
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Eagle Crest
Live. Work. Play.
Juneau’s small-town feel, almost endless activities, and entrepreneurial spirit can get you thinking, and many Juneau residents claim they came up for a summer adventure and never left. Inspired to think about Juneau as your new hometown? Here are some...
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Getting Here and Around
Juneau is Alaska’s closest “big” city to the Lower 48, which makes it surprisingly reachable any time of year.
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Patsy Ann Dog Statue
History
Long before Juneau was Juneau, it was Dzantik’i Héeni (“Base of the Flounder’s River), for literally thousands of years, a popular Native fishing ground. Then, in 1880 two prospectors, Richard Harris and Joe Juneau, guided by Tlingit...
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