Juneau, Alaska

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JUNEAU, ALASKA

ATTRACTIONS:

Mendenhall Glacier Nugget Falls

Whale watching Salmon day fishing

Canoeing Tracy Arm Fjord

Salmon bake Glacier trek

Gold mining/panning Zip-line

Kayak Dog sledding

Helicopter tours ATVing

Juneau glaciers Taku glacier

 

SIGHTSEEING TOURS:

Juneau has some of the most breathtaking wildlife viewing in the world. Prepare to get up close to whales, bears, seals, and eagles on a variety of local wildlife tours and excursions from ShoreExcursion.com. 

Juneau boasts more than 250 miles of hiking trails so there are plenty of opportunities for visitors of all skill levels to explore the area’s mountains, forests, meadows, and even mining ruins. 

ShoreExcursions.com offers multiple and varied tours to Juneau’s most popular attraction (and the most easily accessible Alaska glacier), the spectacular Mendenhall Glacier.  Surprisingly, it is located just 13 miles from downtown Juneau.  We promise. You will make memories to last a lifetime!  The glacier constantly moves and changes so you will never see the same view twice.  You can take in the magnificent view from the visitor’s pavilion or enjoy beautiful hiking trails that bring you close to the glacier and the surrounding wilderness. We promise…you will make memories to last a lifetime!  The most rewarding hike is to Nugget Falls. Imagine a very large, beautiful waterfall cascading directly into an iceberg-filled lake with a glacier in the background.  Now stop imagining it….come experience it! 

Whale watching is a must-have (do?) experience in Alaska.  ShoreExcursions.com has many options available for whale watching tours, from large catamarans to medium sized jet boats to smaller six-passenger vessels. Most operators guarantee whale sightings, and tours generally last 3-4 hours and include transportation.

For the Urban explorer, be sure to visit Juneau’s historic sites and museums.  You can explore the downtown historic district, visit the remains of three different mining complexes, and discover the art, artifacts, books, and film in some of Alaska’s top museums.