From scenic views to tribal history, Southeast Alaska has endless possibilities. Once we drop you off in Gustavus, Hoonah, Juneau, Kake, Klawock, Petersburg or Sitka, there are so many places you can explore. These are our favorite places to adventure to near each of our flight destinations!
Gustavus: Glacier Bay National Park
Glacier Bay covers over 3 million acres of glaciers, mountains, and rainforests in Alaska’s Inside Passage. The adventures are limitless!
Hoonah: Icy Strait Point
The original Icy Strait Point was built as a Salmon Cannery and is now home to a large adventure center where you can find whale watching, ATV tours and much more.
Juneau: Tracy Arm Fjord
Tracy Arm offers the best of both worlds, beautiful scenery and animal sightings, close to the city, just about 45 minutes south of Juneau. A cruise to the fjord has breathtaking views of mountains, glaciers, and animals including bears, mountain goats, and whales.
Kake & Klawock: Fishing
Halibut and Salmon swim in the waters surrounding Kake and Klawock making it some of the best fishing in the world. You can also head to Gunnuck Creek Hatchery where chum salmon return every year, you might get a glimpse of a bear!
Petersburg: Tongass National Forest
The nation’s largest national forest, Tongass covers most of Southeast Alaska. Hit the trails for a chance to see eagles, bears, and salmon or take a sled-dog ride across the glaciers.
Sitka: Fortress of the Bear
Fortress of the Bear is a rescue center that helps orphaned baby Bears. With the expansion of businesses throughout the state, Bears habitats have been reduced. Bring the family to get up close and personal to Alaska’s brown bear.
Killisnoo, Picture courtesy of fortressofthebear.org