Travel Juneau announced today the successful realization of the inaugural IRONMAN Alaska triathlon over the weekend of August 7, 2022. Travel Juneau secured the event in August 2021. Over 17 hours, the race included swim, cycle, and run courses, with

How to Explore Southeast Alaska with the Alaska Marine Highway System

Odds are if you are viewing this page, you are aware of the unique way in which you must travel when you are in Southeast Alaska, also known as the Inside Passage. If you've

How to go Above and Beyond in Juneau this summer

If Alaska is the Last Frontier full of wilderness and adventure, Juneau is the city that makes it accessible. Whether you want to walk on a glacier, kayak with humpback whales, or observe coastal brown

Five Reasons to Visit Juneau, Alaska this Winter

Wednesday, January 26, 2022 9:00 AM by Travel Juneau

Warning - the below content is for snow lovers only.

Most people think about Juneau, Alaska as a summer destination; the land of the Midnight sun that is full of wildlife, grand landscapes, and adrenaline-pumping activities. But what if we told you

There are dozens of ways to describe travel. Phrases like backpacking, hitchhiking, cruising, and relaxing are great ways to let someone know how you experienced a new destination. But what about - taste? With the seasonal and themed boxes from Taste

Juneau is a truly majestic destination in Southeast Alaska. The Capital of Alaska is brimming with wildlife, local flare, and even a dash of nightlife. With a charming downtown, close access to glaciers and outdoor adventures, Juneau is the ideal

Pybus Point Lodge – Come To Disconnect. Leave Connected.

Tucked in a secluded bay at the far south edge of Admiralty Island National Monument is the perfect home base for your dream Alaskan vacation. Whale watching, deep-sea fishing, glaciers,

The creative side of Juneau, Alaska

Wednesday, May 8, 2019 8:00 AM by Travel Juneau

Get to know art in Juneau. A cultural center at the edge of wilderness, Alaska’s capital supports a vibrant community-driven arts scene. The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, a cultural anchor since 1973, offers concerts, performances and other

In a landscape defined by dense towering spruce and hemlock forests, wide open spaces are rare. Residents with boats and kayaks escape the confines of trees. Climbers who reach above the treeline find daylight, too. But for the average Juneauite and

Juneau's Incredible Trail System

Friday, September 21, 2018 10:00 AM by Travel Juneau

Vacation is a great time to indulge, but Alaska tends to attract some of the more adventurous travelers who want to stay active as they explore new places and spaces. Whether you want to check out some world-class trail running or just some new