We invite you to tour 50 acres of Southeast Alaska’s premier rainforest garden with one of our knowledgeable guides. Our unique Alaskan botanical gardens, featuring the one-of-a-kind Flower Towers, are set within the mighty Tongass National Forest.7600 Glacier Highway, Juneau Alaska, 99801 Map It!
Alaska Shore Excursions offers the one-stop-shop reservation website that sells the best Alaska shore excursions at local prices. Experience Whale Watching, Dog Sledding, Helicopter Flightseeing, Floatplane Flightseeing, City Tours, Glacier Tours, Zip Lining and MORE!! We offer excursions in Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, and Sitka.
Coastal Helicopters The Pathway to Adventure Glacier tours, landings and spectacular views of the Juneau Icefield. Personal Service. Juneau's only locally owned heliopter company. Ask about dogsled tours.
ERA Helicopters, LLC Visit four unique glaciers on our fully narrated helicopter flightseeing tours. Ask about our helicopter dog sled adventure. With over 55 years of aviation experience in Alaska, ERA can help you truly discover the majestic wonder of the Last Frontier.
NorthStar Trekking Professionally guided helicopter glacier hikes, helicopter flightseeing tours, charters and other customized outdoor adventure opportunities.
Temsco Helicopters Since 1983, year round helicopter charters, tours, heli-skiing and photography. Glacier/Icefield tours a specialty. A Must Do.. dogsledding in Juneau and Skagway.
Adventure Bound Alaska Tracy Arm Fjord and Sawyer Glacier Cruises. This family owned and operated cruise company has been thrilling guests for over 30 years with adventure day trips to some of the Juneau areas most spectacular scenic destinations. Glaciers, whales, bears and eagles. All in a day's work for these fine sailors.
Alaska Adventure Charters Skippered or all inclusive daily or multi-day charters aboard the ALASKAN STAR, a 60' Tollycraft Pilothouse Motor yacht. 3 staterooms, up to six people.
Alaska Yacht Adventures The Grand Slam is available for private, custom live aboard whale watching, sightseeing, photography, fishing and flyfishing charters in Southeast Alaska.
Bear Creek Outfitters We offer guided half and full day fly fishing trips for trout, steelhead and salmon on wilderness streams. Floatplane transportation. Equipment and instruction provided. Just bring excitement!
Juneau Whale Watching Cruise The USCG certified M/V Fjordland is a 65' high-speed catamaran, designed especially for these waters and the comfort of our passengers. The vessel features an open wheelhouse with large windows and a spacious, outdoor deck, ideal for viewing the dramatic scenery and wildlife in action. The Fjordland's fast, stable ride, unique size and accessible layout make it the perfect boat for a comfortable yet intimate tour.
Moore Charters Moore Charters offers unparalleled salmon and halibut sport fishing charters and whale watching in the waters around Juneau, Alaska. Many of our visitors are folks on Alaska cruise ship shore excursions, and our trips are tailored to get them to the heart of the action quickly and then back to the boat in a timely fashion. Of course we also do whale watching trips and fishing charters for independent travelers and locals alike. Various fishing, whale watching, and sightseeing combos are available!
Alaska Brewing Company FREE SAMPLES! Try our award winning beers on tap. Learn about brewing and bottling operations with a knowledgeable Brew Crew guide.
Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure Guided tours aboard deluxe covered golf carts. 50 acres of lush landscaped rainforests with exclusive floral designs and scenic vistas. A beautiful setting for Weddings and Parties. Relax in our Atrium while enjoying a snack and visit our Gift Shop.
Gastineau Guiding Company - Nature center and unique shop at the top of the Tram. Nature related gifts and books. learn about flora, fauna, hiking and enjoy fresh mountain air.
Macauley Salmon Hatchery See spectacular Salmon sights and learn first hand about Alaska's Salmon. Watch wild Pacific Salmon fight their way up a 450 foot fish ladder. See one of Alaska's largest aquarium displays featuring over 100 local species. Guided tours daily (seasonal)
Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center At the US Forest Service Visitor Center, learn about glaciers, wildlife and hiking. $3.00 entrance fee for 16 and over. May - Sept., open 8am to 7:30pm daily.
Alaska State Museum Features exhibits on Alaska's Native cultures, history, art and natural history, including a replica Tlingit Clan House and bald eagle nesting tree.
Juneau Douglas City Museum View exibits of Juneau's history and culture. Free video show of City Built on Gold and free historic walking map.
Alaska Mountain Guides and Climbing School, Inc. Alaska Mountain Guides is based in Haines and offers mountaineering, rock climbing, sea kayaking and custom family adventures. Celebrating our 15th year!
Eaglecrest Ski and Snowboard Park Eaglecrest Ski Area is the the best little ski area in the world! From humble beginnings built from local tax dollars and a lot of community sweat, our little ski area now hosts the Juneau Ski Club, an adaptive ski program, Juneau Nordic Ski Club events, plus has a day lodge with cafeteria, ski & snowboard school, first aid room, and equipment rental shop.
Glacier Bay Sea Kayaks Kayak rentals in Glacier Bay. Safe single and double sea kayaks. Complete outfitting, trip planning and transportation to remote areas of Glacier Bay.
Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway Experience one of the most expansive and beautiful views offered in all Alaska, from the Chilkat Mountains to the north, down the Gastineau Channel to the lands and waterways of the south, west to Douglas Island, and east into Silver Bow Basin where gold was discovered near the head of Gold Creek in 1880. To request a brochure or for more information call 1-888-461-TRAM
Local Trails A website devoted to information about Southeast Alaska and Juneau trails.
Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation State of Alaska Park information and cabin rental reservations.
Alaska National Parks Informative looks at Alaska's parks. Interesting facts on State of Alaska, regions, and culture.
Denali National Park and Preserve (Mt. McKinley) Denali National Park and Preserve features North America's highest mountain. 20,320' Mt. McKinley. Denali's more than 6 million acres also encompass a complete sub arctic eco system with large mammals such as grizzley bears, wolves, dall sheep and moose.
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve The marine wilderness of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve provides opportunities for adventure, a living laboratory for observing the ebb and flow of glaciers, and a chance to study life as it returns in the wake of retreating ice. Amidst majestic scenery, Glacier Bay offers a connection to a powerful and wild landscape.
National Park Service Alaska State Parks A listing of Alaska's National Parks compiled by the US Dept of Interior.
Shrine of St Therese The Shrine of St. Therese - Diocese of Juneau, Alaska is a special place of refuge and retreat. This site, dedicated to St. Therese of Lisieux, has been in existence for over 60 years. Built on a foundation of love, it continues to invite people of all ages, from all over the world, regardless of their religious affiliation.
Tongass National Forest The Tongass National Forest, the nations largest, covers most of Southeast Alaska, surrounding the famous Inside Passage. It offers unique chances to view eagles, bears, spawning salmon and more.
Totem Heritage Center The Totem Heritage Center was established in 1976 to preserve endangered 19th century totem poles retrieved from uninhabited Tlingit and Haida village sites near Ketchikan.
Cruise West Cruise West, the leader in small ship cruising, announces all new 3 and 4 night cruises, round trip from Juneau.
Glacier Bay Lodge and Tours Experience the magnificent beauty of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve as you view wildlife and journey to spectacular glaciers on a high speed catamaran.