In 1880, Joe Juneau and Richard Harris were prospecting for gold with the help of Indian guides. Here they discovered nuggets “as large as beans” at the mouth of the aptly named Gold Creek. Out of their discoveries came three of the largest gold digs in the world where more than $150 million in gold was mined. Juneau’s surrounding beauty and natural wonders have attracted cruise ship travelers for over a century, with steamship companies bringing tourists here since the early 1880’s.

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  • Tracy Arm Fjord & Glacier Explorer

    Discover the very best of the Tracy Arm wilderness area and an expansive close-up view of the majestic Sawyer Glaciers during this exclusive catamaran tour.

    Depart aboard a high-speed catamaran for a relaxing ride in a warm, spacious cabin surrounded by large windows. Along the way, your captain will guide you past curious seals resting on floating icebergs and extraordinary up-close views of the South Sawyer Glacier.

    From the topside Observation Deck, you can take in spectacular vistas and photo opportunities of this unforgettable sensory experience. At times, you can feel immense spires of ice break from the glacier and crash into the sea. Before leaving Tracy Arm, you will view the beautiful North Sawyer Glacier, which cannot be approached by large cruise ships.

    While exploring the length of this ice-carved fjord, you will cruise beneath cliffs that rise 4,000 feet above the jade-colored sea. Frequent stops will be made to view and photograph wildlife, including pigeon, guillemots, bald eagles, harbor seals, and on occasion, mountain goats and black bears. Next, you will feel the mist on your face as the vessel maneuvers almost directly under a plunging waterfall.

    Departing Tracy Arm, your onboard naturalist will relate interesting information about the area, called "one of Southeast Alaska's most dramatically stunning fjords" by naturalist John Muir. Your crew will serve you complimentary snacks and beverages during the return cruise from Stephens Passage north to Juneau. Binoculars will be provided.

    PLEASE NOTE: In the event that there is heavy ice flow, the tour boat may visit Endicott Arm as an alternative. The boat ride from Tracy Arm Fjord to Juneau is a minimum of one hour in duration. Guests are advised to dress warmly, and bring a hat, gloves and rainproof jacket to visit the Observation Deck. The vessel is equipped with restrooms. The tour will disembark next to the ship. A hearty snack will be served on board the catamaran, so those participating in an afternoon tour need not worry about lunch.

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  • Whale Watching & Wildlife Quest

    Explore Alaska's teeming waters and lush natural beauty in a unique new way during this whale-watching and wildlife quest in Stephen's Passage.

    Depart the pier for the brief drive to scenic Auke Bay. Upon arrival, you will embark a catamaran that has been specially-designed for wildlife viewing. As you relax in the warm, spacious main cabin surrounded by large windows, your captain will guide you through the island-studded waters of Stephen's Passage.

    Against a majestic backdrop of snow-capped peaks and glaciers, the onboard naturalist will then explain the behavior and habitat of wildlife you may encounter, including humpback and killer whales, Stellar sea lions, Dall's porpoise, harbor seals, bald eagles, bears and Sitka blacktail deer. At the conclusion of your tour, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier.

    Please note: The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel (do not anticipate a refund, as whales have been sighted on every tour conducted in the past 15 years). Guests are advised to wear a warm, rainproof jacket with a hat and gloves, and bring a camera from the ship. Binoculars, a souvenir route map, complimentary snacks and beverages will be provided.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier and Whale Quest

    Experience Alaska's premier attractions, glaciers and wildlife by land and sea during this visit to Mendenhall Glacier, and a whale & wildlife viewing cruise aboard a deluxe catamaran.

    Depart the pier for the narrated drive to the Mendenhall Glacier. This monumental river of glistening ice towers is 1.5 miles in height, hundreds of feet thick and the only glacier accessible by road in Southeast Alaska. Upon arrival, you will visit the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Here, you will find exhibits, interactive videos, and panoramic views and photo opportunities of the glacier. U.S. Forest Service staff members will be on-hand to familiarize you with this unforgettable attraction. Time permitting, you can stroll the glacier-view path or take a short walk to view salmon in a nearby stream.

    Next, you will proceed for a scenic drive through the Mendenhall Valley, past Auke Lake and on to Auke Bay. Upon arrival, you will embark a waterjet-powered catamaran that has been specially-designed for wildlife viewing, then set out to explore Stephen's Passage. You will relax in the warm, comfortable and spacious main cabin as you pass by pristine marine wilderness surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers. This area is world-renowned as a favored summer feeding ground for humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoise, seals, bald eagles, and more.

    Upon sighting the whales, your captain will gently maneuver the vessel for optimal viewing and photographic opportunities. Since the whales are often close enough to hear them breathe, be sure to bring a warm jacket to wear on the topside observation deck. If conditions allow, an underwater hydrophone will be deployed for an opportunity to experience their solemn song. Throughout the cruise, your onboard naturalist will explain the behavior and habitat of the humpback whale. Your crew will also point out wildlife, and provide assistance throughout the tour. Binoculars, souvenir route maps, complimentary snacks and beverages will be provided.

    Following your tour, you will return to Auke Bay, then re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier.

    Please note: The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel (do not anticipate a refund, as whales have been sighted on every tour conducted in the past 15 years). This tour is not recommended for persons who are fully-confined to a wheelchair. However, the tour can accommodate wheelchair passengers who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able make their own way on and off the coach and have an able-bodied companion to assist them. The tour requires multiple (dis)embarkations of transportation equipment. The glacier is most enjoyable for participants who can comfortably walk at least 250 yards unassisted on paved inclined pathways at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Guests are advised to wear a warm, rainproof jacket with a hat and gloves, and bring a camera from the ship.

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  • Five Glacier Seaplane Exploration

    Experience Alaska's unparalleled panoramic vistas and photo opportunities during this unforgettable, multi-glacier flightseeing tour.

    Depart the pier aboard an authentic floatplane for an exhilarating ride past spectacular waterfalls and lush green rainforests en route to the majestic Juneau Icefield and its four stunning glaciers: 1,500 square miles of solid ice.

    Next, you will soar over the deep crevasses and azure blue meltwater pools of the Hole-in-the-Wall Glacier, the advancing Taku Glacier, the retreating Norris Glacier, and the East and West Twin Glaciers.

    During the return flight over the mountains, channels, lush rainforest and alpine lakes surrounding Juneau, you will see the town and its harbor below. Keep your eyes peeled for bears, mountain goats and moose en route. The views and photo opportunities are terrific. All guests will have a window seat, and headsets to hear an interesting narrative about Alaska.

    Your excursion will conclude with a smooth water landing.

    Please note: This tour includes approximately 40 minutes of total flight time. All guests will be provided with window seats and headsets. This tour might not be exclusive to RSSC guests. Children under the age of 2 may travel at no cost as a "lap child". Once a child turns 2yrs they are REQUIDED by the FAA to purchase a ticket and sit in a seat.

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  • Evening Whale Watching Quest

    Experience a magical evening cruise in the company of humpback whales during this memorable whale-watching quest via catamaran.

    This tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier for the brief transfer to scenic Auke Bay. Upon arrival, you will embark a waterjet-powered catamaran that has been specially designed for wildlife viewing, then set out to explore Stephen's Passage. You will relax in the warm, comfortable and spacious main cabin as you pass by pristine marine wilderness surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers. This area is world-renowned as a favored summer feeding ground for humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoise, seals, bald eagles, and more.

    Upon sighting the whales, your captain will gently maneuver the vessel for optimal viewing and photographic opportunities. You will be amazed by the gracefulness of these ocean giants as they slowly arc their massive tail flukes into the air. Since the whales are often close enough to hear them breathe, be sure to bring a warm jacket to wear on the topside Observation Deck.

    Throughout the cruise, your onboard naturalist will explain the behavior and habitat of the humpback whale. Your crew will also be on hand to point out wildlife and assist you throughout the tour. While soaking in the peaceful ambiance of Alaska's long evening glow, you will be served a selection of appetizers, desserts and complimentary beverages.

    At the conclusion of your tour, you will return to Auke Bay for a motorcoach transfer back to the pier.

    Please note: The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel (do not anticipate a refund, as whales have been sighted on every tour conducted in the past 15 years).

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  • Historic Gold Mining & Panning Adventure

    Step back in time and relive Juneau's gold rush history while panning for gold in the authentic setting of Gold Creek.

    Boarding your transportation at the pier, you will be greeted by a costumed prospector and enjoy a narrated tour through Juneau's historic district before making your way to Last Chance Basin. The route you will travel along traces the same one taken by Joe Juneau and Richard Harris in their search for gold over 100 years ago.

    Near the famous Alaska-Juneau gold mine, which during its peak was one of the world's largest hard rock mining operations, you will get to experience hands-on the excitement of panning for gold in Gold Creek. After a panning demonstration, you will take your place alongside the creek and see what treasures it will offer up to you. While finding gold is guaranteed on this tour, if luck is on your side, maybe it will be a big gold nugget to take home!

    When your panning session is over, you will have a chance to view the remnants of the old mine as your guide recaptures the history of Juneau's gold discovery and hard rock mining.

    All too soon, it's time to re-join your transportation for the transfer back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves some walking over uneven and natural terrain. The tour is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair and those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Layers of comfortable, weather appropriate clothing that is suited for the outdoors and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier & Evening Whale Watching Quest

    Experience Alaska's unique glaciers and wildlife from two distinctly different vantage points during this glacier and whale-watching expedition by land and sea.

    This tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier for the narrated drive to the Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska's most renowned glacier. Upon arrival, you will have an opportunity to take in spectacular views and photo opportunities of the glacier and its surroundings. Afterward, a visit (self-guided) will be made to the newly-renovated Glacier Visitor Center to view interactive exhibits depicting the landscape-carving force of glacial ice. Time permitting, you can stroll the glacier-view path or take a short walk to view salmon in a nearby stream.

    Next, you will take a scenic drive through the Mendenhall Valley, then past Auke Lake to Auke Bay. Here, you will board a waterjet-powered catamaran specially designed for wildlife viewing, then set out to explore Stephen's Passage. You will relax in the warm, comfortable and spacious main cabin as you pass by pristine marine wilderness surrounded by snow-capped peaks and glaciers. This area is world-renowned as a favored summer feeding ground for humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoise, seals, bald eagles, and more.

    Upon sighting the whales, your captain will gently maneuver the vessel for optimal viewing and photographic opportunities. You will be amazed by the gracefulness of these ocean giants as they slowly arc their massive tail flukes into the air. Since the whales are often close enough to hear them breathe, be sure to bring a warm jacket to wear on the topside Observation Deck.

    Throughout the cruise, your onboard naturalist will explain the behavior and habitat of the humpback whale. Your crew will also point out wildlife, and provide assistance throughout the tour. While soaking in the peaceful ambiance of Alaska's long evening glow, you will be served a selection of appetizers, desserts and complimentary beverages.

    At the conclusion of your tour, you will return to Auke Bay for a motorcoach transfer back to the pier.

    Please note: The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel. This tour operates in all weather conditions. Guests are advised to dress warmly in layers, and bring a rainproof jacket to wear on the Observation Deck.

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  • Whale-Watching Adventure and Salmon Bake

    Cruise into beautiful Auke Bay looking for humpback whales feeding and breaching the water’s surface, and then enjoy a traditional Alaskan salmon bake.

    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a brief but picturesque drive to Auke Bay, a pristine waterway named after one of the Alaskan native first people. Upon arriving, you will board a jet-powered catamaran specifically designed for sightseeing and cruising Alaskan waters. Before long, you will be out in a prime area for whale watching.

    Humpback whales are often spotted here, even close to shore, and the sight is breathtaking. You may see these majestic creatures breaching the water’s surface, waving their flukes up and down as they dive, and feeding voraciously to fatten up for their winter migration south.

    You might even spot them bubble-net feeding, a unique technique in which several whales swim in an ever-shrinking circle while blowing bubbles below a school of fish. The bubbles force the fish upwards and cluster them into a column, presenting the perfect opportunity for the whales to gorge themselves. It’s a mesmerizing sight you will not soon forget.

    Following the whale-watching adventure, you will dine at the Gold Creek Salmon Bake. The Alaskan salmon will be grilled over a fragrant alderwood fire, imparting the fish with a unique taste. The meal includes all sorts of other signature Alaskan side dishes and desserts, so be sure to bring a hearty appetite. After dining, you will return to the pier.

    Please note: Guests are advised to wear layered weather appropriate clothing, hat and sun glasses and wear comfortable shoes. Guests prone to motion sickness are cautioned to take necessary precautions. Children 18 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Guests must be able to get over a large step onto boat; either by themselves or have an able-bodied companion to assist them.

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  • 5 Star Juneau By Land & Sea

    Juneau by Land and Sea is a private all-day adventure (6 hours) that’s designed to take you off the beaten tourist path so you experience the real Juneau – the Juneau WE love. There’s usually no script and the day is tailored just for YOU and your interests. We’ve searched high and low for the most interesting spots to show you. We’ll work together to plan your perfect day which also includes a 3-hours on your own luxury yacht cruising the inside passage. During this cruise you’ll get the chance to be up close and personal with Humpback Whales, Orca, Bald Eagles, Stellar Sea Lions and more!

    Possible itineraries include: exploring historic downtown Juneau, the Governor’s mansion, the city or state museum, the Salmon hatchery or the mining museum. If none of that fits your fancy we’ll cruise back over to the mainland and go sip ice cold beers at the Alaska Brewery, Amalga Distillery or the world famous Red Dog Saloon.

    Did you know there’s more miles of hiking trails then roads in Juneau? If you’re up for it, let’s get the blood flowing on one of the numerous beautiful hikes Juneau has to offer. The possibilities to just relax at the spots you may have never even heard of are endless. Tell us your mood and we’ll take you there.

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  • Gold Creek Salmon Bake

    Come enjoy an Alaskan feast that will tantalize all of your senses during this taste-tempting tour!

    A short transfer from the pier brings you to the Gold Creek Salmon Bake, Alaska's "original" outdoor salmon bake for over 30 years. Upon arrival, you will catch the enticing aroma of wild Alaskan-caught salmon grilling over an open alder wood fire. Your mouth-watering, all-you-can-eat feast in the pristine setting of the forest also includes Cheechako Chicken, Gold Rush Potatoes, Chilkoot Baked Beans, Tongass Wild-Rice Pilaf, a variety of fresh salads, corn bread, clam chowder, lemonade, coffee and tea. All of this topped off with a delicious blueberry cake for dessert. Beer and wine are available for purchase.

    Sit back and enjoy the views of a nearby waterfall and the sounds of a local musician as you dine alfresco beside Salmon Creek, which is nestled in the lush foliage of Southeast Alaska's rain forest. Dining under a canopy of translucent domes, you are well-protected rain or shine.

    Following your meal, continue your idyllic outdoor experience by roasting marshmallows over a crackling campfire or getting a closer view of the beautiful Salmon Creek waterfall beneath which salmon spawn. You can also see the remnants of the historic Wagner Mine from this location.

    Re-boarding your coach for the return to Juneau, you will no doubt agree that this extraordinary outdoor restaurant experience is truly more that a meal, it's an adventure!

    Please note: This tour involves some walking over uneven and natural terrain. The tour is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair and those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Layers of comfortable, weather appropriate clothing that is suited for the outdoors and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Guests should be prepared for the possibility of rain. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian.

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  • Luxury Whale Watch Juneau

    Just as the name suggests, Luxury is the difference. Our time together has been carefully curated to ensure you experience the very best Alaska's capital city and the inside passage has to offer.

    You’ll take the 25-minute ride to Auke Bay in style in your private Mercedes Sprinter. Here, you'll meet your captain and naturalist then board the ONLY whale watching yacht in Alaska.

    Juneau is the best place in the entire world to observe Humpback Whales in the in summer. Keep your eye out for other world class wildlife like Orca, Bald Eagles, Harbor Seals, Stellar Sea lions and even the occasional Brown or Black Bear.

    It's true, most guests visiting Juneau will take a whale watching tour but only ONE will experiences it FIRST CLASS. On our return back to your ship We'll stop for a picture opportunity of the world-famous Mendenhall Glacier (weather permitting).

    Note: the maximum capacity is 8 guests. Price is per person.

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  • Taku Glacier Adventure By Air, Water & Ice

    Here’s your opportunity to enjoy the Alaskan adventure of a lifetime by air, water, and ice! The van driver will take you from the pier to the Juneau International Airport in the Mendenhall Valley. At the airport, you’ll be given a pre-flight safety briefing. Aboard the helicopter, you’ll fly high above Juneau, the Tongass National forest, the Juneau Ice Field, Gastineau Channel, and Taku River, all the way to Taku Point.

    The airboat Captain will help you board the covered airboat as you cruise the 5-mile terminus of the only advancing glacier of the Juneau Ice Field. You’ll come within arm’s reach of the ice, and you’ll understand the immense size of this glacier as you stare up at it from the river. The Captain will stop in various locations for photos, and to talk about the glacier and the river basin that it has been carved by nature over the years.

    Back at Taku Point, you’ll again board the helicopter that will take you up, up, up to the top of the Taku Glacier. Step out onto the amazing 4,500 foot thick ice. You’ll have time for more photos, and your pilot will give you details about the ice field and Taku Glacier. The helicopter will then return you to the airport and the van will return you to the pier.

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    Note: Participants must be at least 7 years of age. Guests should wear warm layers, comfortable shoes, hats and gloves. Rain pants, ice boots, hearing protection and floatation jackets will be provided. Guests must be able to walk on their own up and down 2 flights of stairs. Bring your camera, sunglasses, and a water bottle. No bags allowed on the helicopter.

    Due to aircraft weight and balance limitations, the flight company charges an additional rate for passengers that weigh 250 lbs. or more.

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  • Craft Beer & Spirits Tasting Adventure

    Sample a wide selection of beers and spirits at a brewery and a distillery, both of which use glacial water and local ingredients to produce remarkably flavorful beverages.

    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a scenic, narrated drive through the state capital. Your first stop will be the Alaskan Brewing Company. The employee-owned business opened in 1986, becoming the first brewery in Juneau since Prohibition.

    During your behind-the-scenes VIP tour, you will learn how the various beers are brewed using environmentally friendly techniques that reclaim CO2 and reduce water consumption. Some of the ingredients reflect those in beers brewed during the gold rush, others use local ingredients such the tips of Sitka spruces.

    As you will discover during the tasting that follows, Alaskan Brewing Company beers are bold and flavorful. You might sample a rich amber malt, an IPA with aromas of tangerine and papaya, or a pale ale with notes of Asian pear, pine and lemon. All of the beers are produced with glacial water that originates in the massive Juneau Ice Field.

    Your next tasting will take place at the esteemed Amalga Distillery. While touring the facility, you will see firsthand how the distinct single-malt whiskey, vodka and gin are produced. Although some of the processes may be traditional, many of the ingredients are unusual and foraged locally. For instance, one of the vodkas is infused with Hoonah blueberries, another with rhubarb and still another contains tangy bull kelp harvested from the sea.

    Please Note: Guests must be 21 years of age for this tour; Guests are advised to weather appropriate clothing and comfortable walking shoes.

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  • Taku Glacier Lodge Flight & Feast

    For the ultimate Alaskan experience, combine glacier flightseeing with a remote log cabin, wilderness trails, wildlife, and a scrumptious buffet lunch. This narrated flightseeing tour departs by floatplane from the Juneau harbor, View five breathtaking glaciers and deep-blue crevasses of the Juneau Icefield. Snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls and lush forests await you on your way to a remote wilderness lodge.

    Historic Taku Lodge was built in 1923, directly across from the picturesque Hole-In-The-Wall Glacier. After a warm welcome, the aroma of fresh wild Alaska King Salmon tells you the feast is about to begin (there's even actual glacier ice to cool your drinks). Your host will entertain you with stories of Taku Lodge's colorful past, including characters such as Mary Joyce and her famous 1,000-mile dogsled trip, which put Taku Lodge on the Alaska map.

    This unique lodge is decorated with old dog sleds, hunting and trapping gear, furs and other Alaskan memorabilia. After your meal, take a relaxing stroll along the well-maintained trails of the old growth forest independently, enjoy a guided interpretative nature walk, or warm yourself by a crackling fireplace. All the while, keep an eye out for the black bears that can't resist the aroma of grilled salmon. This trip will be an experience to remember.

    Please note: Flight time is approximately 50 minutes. All guests have a window seat. Weight surcharge does not apply.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier River Float

    Experience Alaska's spectacular natural beauty in an exciting new way during this scenic rafting adventure down the Mendenhall River.

    Depart the pier for the scenic drive to Mendenhall Lake, where you will take in stunning views of floating icebergs, mountain peaks and the

    awe-inspiring Mendenhall Glacier. Upon arrival, you will receive your safety and rafting instructions and equipment, then embark your raft for a comfortable and exciting ride down the Mendenhall River. You may choose to join in the adventure by paddling along with your guide, or just sit back and let your guide do the work as you take in the beauty and tranquility of your surroundings. No prior rafting experience is necessary.

    As you raft along this gentle, scenic river, your expert guide will share the natural history, native lore and Tlingit legends related to the surrounding scenery and wildlife of the region.

    After rafting, some time will be made available for you to relax and have a snack at the Clan House before being transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour operates in all weather conditions. Guests are advised to wear warm clothing, and bring a hat and gloves from the ship; waterproof raingear (if needed), overboots, life jackets and dry bags will be provided. Children must weigh at least 40 pounds and be accompanied by an adult to participate on this tour. Guests will be required to sign a waiver in order to participate in this excursion. Depending upon river conditions, your guide might ask for most participants to help with the paddling. The river will meander through some populated areas where natural scenery is limited.

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  • Flavors of Juneau

    Savor Juneau's unique local flavors during this delightful tasting tour and cooking demonstration in Alaska's capital city.

    Depart the pier for the drive through Juneau. Your guide will relate the area's colorful history as you pass by the Governor's House and Capitol Building, then continue on to the magnificent Mendenhall Glacier. This monumental river of glistening ice towers is 1.5 miles in height, hundreds of feet thick and the only glacier accessible by road in Southeast Alaska.

    Upon arrival, you will visit the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Here, you will find exhibits, interactive videos, and panoramic views and photo opportunities of the glacier. U.S. Forest Service staff will be available to familiarize you with this unforgettable attraction.

    Next, a visit will be made to the Alaskan Brewing Company, internationally acclaimed for its ales and seasonal beers. During your visit, you will learn about the history of brewing in Alaska and view the facility's brewing, fermentation and bottling systems from the tasting room as you sample the award-winning beers on tap.

    Your tour will conclude with a visit to the Chez Alaska Cooking School. Upon arrival, the head chef will demonstrate the preparation of an authentic Alaskan dish made with fresh Alaska seafood, and share cooking secrets using specialized ingredients. At the conclusion of the cooking demonstration, you will be invited to sample the chef's creation before re-boarding your coach for the return drive to the pier.

    Please note: Mendenhall Glacier is ADA accessible and provides both a wheelchair ramp and elevator to reach the visitor center. The order of sites visited may vary.

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  • Whales, Glaciers & Rainforest Trails

    Experience Southeast Alaska's abundant flora and wildlife via land and sea during this exclusive whale-watching and rainforest eco-tour.

    This small-group, fully-guided tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier for the narrated drive to the Mendenhall Glacier. Upon arrival, you will take a guided hike along a lush rainforest trail. Along the way, your naturalist guide will help you track the glacier's recession over the past 100 years, and teach you about how the Tongass National Forest is used for shelter, food and medicine. Various stops will be made for interpretation, photo opportunities and a chance to rest.

    After your scenic hike, you will be served a snack and beverage during the drive to the sheltered harbor at Auke Bay. Upon arrival, you will embark an exploration vessel equipped with large windows that open fully to offer you an unrestricted viewing experience. This stable covered watercraft is also equipped with a hydrophone to hear the solemn sounds of the whales (conditions permitting).

    During your cruise in these protected waters, your naturalist guide will help you pinpoint an abundance of wildlife that includes humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, porpoise, seals, sea birds, and more. You will want to keep a camera handy as you travel quickly from place to place or drift quietly while you observe Alaska's most notable marine denizens. Your tour will include a free color publication, Remembering Juneau by Land & Sea. At the conclusion of this unique water and wilderness adventure, you will be transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves approximately 1 mile of hiking on an improved trail. The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel (do not anticipate a refund, as whales have been sighted on every tour conducted in the past 11 years). The group size will be limited to 20 participants to ensure a comfortable and interactive atmosphere. Guests are advised to dress warmly in layers, and wear sturdy, yet comfortable closed-toe walking shoes. Rain ponchos and jackets, binoculars, bottled water and a snack will be provided. This tour may operate in reverse order. This tour operates in all weather conditions. All participants must be of age and ability to meet the mobility challenges mentioned above.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier & Gardens

    Glacier Gardens Rainforest, nestled alongside Thunder Mountain, is a stunning combination of flowered pathways and temperate rainforest. Upon arrival, you are met by a staff member who will escort you through the colorful lower garden that includes amazingly designed landscapes and a cascading stream. Hear about how the local owners came to develop the area and the history behind their notorious upside down trees.

    Next you will enjoy a guided tour from your covered transportation into the rainforest. Your guide will provide a narrative through the mile-long journey to the 580-foot level. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Mendenhall valley, Chilkat Mountains and Gastineau Channel. Enjoy a brief stop in the greenhouse at the bottom of the mountain before traveling to the Mendenhall Glacier Juneau's star attraction.

    This massive river of compressed blue ice is the largest, most rugged glacier accessible by road. Take a few minutes to walk along the trails, stop at the photo look out or enjoy the short movie in the visitors center about the glacier. The US Forest Service is available throughout the visitor center complex to answer your questions.

    Please note: This tour operates under a special use permit issued by the U.S. Forest Service. Wheelchair access may be limited - for details, please consult your Shore Excursion staff before booking.

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  • Dog Sledding On the Mendenhall Glacier Via Helicopter*

    Explore the spectacular beauty of the Mendenhall Glacier in a unique new way during this memorable helicopter and dog-sledding adventure.

    Depart the helicopter base for a flightseeing tour helicopter tour over the glaciers of Southeast Alaska. You will take in spectacular views and photo opportunities as you fly over the lush rainforest, deep blue crevasses and glacier-carved peaks en route to a dogsled camp on the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Upon arrival at the dogsled camp, you will meet the professional mushers and Alaskan sled dogs, then have an opportunity to drive the team or relax in the sled as you take in your awe-inspiring surroundings. You will also have time to talk with the mushers about the famous, 1,000-mile Iditarod race and take pictures with the dogs before re-boarding your helicopter for the ride back to the helicopter base.

    Please note: Guests are advised to wear warm clothing and sunglasses. Glacier-walking boots will be provided. The duration of the trip includes approximately 30 minutes of helicopter time and 1 hour at the dogsled camp, with 20-25 minutes of dogsledding. Times and routes may vary due to weather and glacier conditions. Due to increased security, carry-on bags are not permitted on the helicopter. A secure place at the office will be provided to store personal items. A window seat is not guaranteed.

    *Due to weight and balance limitations, passenger safety and comfort, passengers weighing 250 pounds or more will be charged an additional $150 to reserve extra space on board the helicopter.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier & Juneau Highlights

    Discover Juneau's historic sights and pristine natural beauty during this scenic orientation tour of the city, and a visit to the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Depart the pier with your driver/guide in a comfortable, deluxe coach for an orientation tour of Juneau in style. Along the way, your driver/guide will share tales of Juneau's colorful past and explain current issues that may shape its future Visit the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery, where your guide will familiarize you with one of Alaska's most important wildlife species: the Pacific salmon.

    Next, you will continue on for a visit to the magnificent Mendenhall Glacier. This monumental river of glistening ice towers is 1.5 miles in height, hundreds of feet thick and the only glacier accessible by road in Southeast Alaska. Upon arrival, you will visit the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Here, you will find exhibits, interactive videos, and panoramic views and photo opportunities of the glacier. U.S. Forest Service staff members will also be on-hand to familiarize you with this unforgettable attraction.

    Afterward, you will proceed to the Rainforest Garden (previously known as Green Angel Gardens) for a private viewing and leisurely stroll through the varied ecosystems of the Southeast Alaskan rainforest. Along the way, you will have an opportunity to identify and learn about the traditional uses of such indigenous plants as wildflowers, skunk cabbage and towering Sitka spruce. Enjoy a light snack before returning to the pier.

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  • Pilot's Choice Glacier Helicopter Explorer*

    Explore Southeast Alaska's remote peaks and glaciers from high above and on foot during this Pilot's Choice helicopter and walking tour.

    After boarding your helicopter, you will lift off from the helipad and begin your helicopter adventure. As you soar high above Southeast Alaska's beautiful wilderness, you will take in spectacular views and photo opportunities of the lush rainforest, incredibly deep valleys and awe-inspiring peaks. Your pilot will also provide you with an eagle's-eye view of high alpine lakes, icefalls hanging from sheer cliffs, and some of the Juneau Icefield's most remote peaks and glaciers, including Wonderland, Glacier King, Mendenhall Towers and Devil's Paw. The itinerary is flexible; your pilot will create the best possible route given the prevailing weather and glacier conditions on the day of your tour.

    Next, you will have an opportunity to appreciate the exquisite beauty of this ancient landscape by touching down in two different locations, then continuing your tour on foot. During these landings, you will learn about the geological and environmental processes that are hard at work creating moraines, crevasses, seracs and glaciers.

    Following your tour, you will be returned to the helipad.

    Please note: Guests are advised to dress warmly in layers, and bring sunglasses, gloves and a hat from the ship. Glacier-walking boots will be provided. Due to heightened security, no bags, purses, fanny packs, etc. will be allowed on the helicopters. This tour involves approximately 50 minutes of helicopter time, with 15 minutes at each landing. Flight routes, landing sites, the number of landings and time spent on glaciers may be changed at the pilot's discretion and may vary due to weather or glacier conditions. Window seats are not guaranteed.

    *Due to weight and balance limitations, passenger safety and comfort, passengers weighing 250 pounds or more will be charged an additional $150 to reserve extra space on board the helicopter.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier Explorer

    Discover Juneau's scenic natural beauty during this tour of the city's downtown waterfront, and a visit to the famous Mendenhall Glacier.

    Depart the pier via coach for a narrated orientation drive through Juneau's downtown waterfront, and on to the city's marquee attraction, the famous Mendenhall Glacier. Upon arrival at the Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area, your guide will point out areas of interest to help you make the most of your 1.5-hour time at leisure.

    During your visit, you will take in splendid vistas and photo opportunities of the beautiful Mendenhall, one of 38 glaciers flowing from the massive 1,500-square mile Juneau Icefield. Your ample visiting time here will enable you to explore this glacial wonder at a leisurely pace, and from a variety of perspectives. At Photo Point, you will find the closest view of the glacier. You can also venture out on the area's trail system for a first-hand look at this relatively new ecosystem that was once covered by ice.

    Your tour will conclude with a visit to the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Here, you will find exhibits, interactive videos, a short film, and panoramic views and photo opportunities of the glacier and surrounding ice field. U.S. Forest Service staff will be on-hand to answer questions and help familiarize you with this unforgettable attraction.

    Following your visit, you will re-board your coach for the return drive to the pier.

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  • Fly-in Fly Fishing

    Combine the challenge of fly-fishing with a breathtaking flight to the heart of the Tongass National Forest during this scenic and memorable outdoor excursion.

    Depart the pier with your guide for the scenic flight aboard a floatplane to a remote, wilderness stream or tidal estuary. Depending upon the time of year, you may pursue one of four varieties of Pacific salmon: Dolly Varden, cutthroat trout or steelhead.

    Upon arrival, you will be outfitted with top-quality fly-fishing equipment, flies and waders, then begin fishing. Whether you are an experienced or novice angler, your guide will provide assistance throughout your fly-fishing session.

    In addition to excellent fishing opportunities, wildlife sightings are common. As a conservation measure, fishing is conducted exclusively on a catch-and-release basis; therefore, processing will not be available on this tour. A snack and soft drinks are included.

    Please note: Although prior fishing experience is not required, guests must be in good physical condition, able to hike one mile and wade in shallow water with light current to participate on this tour. Guests with back and/or neck problems, guests with limited mobility and guests who utilize a wheelchair will not be permitted on this tour. Alaska law requires a valid one-day fishing license, which can be purchased from your guide for $25 (cash only). Fly-fishing equipment, flies and waders will be provided. A minimum of three guests is required to operate this tour. This tour involves approximately 3.5 hours of fishing time. Guests are advised to bring insect repellent.

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  • Whale Watching & Mendenhall Glacier Photo Safari

    Juneau's top attractions and abundant marine wildlife are yours to discover during this half-day photo safari via land and water.

    This small-group, fully-guided tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier in a media-equipped van shuttle with your naturalist photography guide for the drive to some of Juneau's most photogenic locales. En route, your guide will share handy tips and techniques to enhance your images, along with personal stories and insights about the area's cultural and natural history. You will also view a slideshow depicting personal images and illustrated photography techniques.

    Upon arrival at the Mendenhall Glacier, you will witness the effects of the last Ice Age on this picturesque valley. During your guided walking tour along the Trail of Time, you will take in splendid vistas and photo opportunities of your surroundings, including wildflowers, beaver dams, cascading waterfalls and spawning salmon (in season). The trail concludes with scenic viewpoints from which you will photograph the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Next, you will explore the channels and islets of the infamous Stephen's Passage during a memorable 2+ hour cruise aboard a covered exploration vessel. The vessel's large panel windows open wide, and offer unrestricted panoramic views that will enhance your photography and viewing experience. Photo opportunities along the way may include blue-hued glacial ice, foggy channels, eagles, humpback whales, sea lions, killer whales, black bears, and more. The operators of this excursion guarantee that you will be able to view at least one whale, or receive $100 cash as you disembark the vessel (do not anticipate a refund, as whales have been sighted on every tour conducted in the past 11 years). Your guide will provide you with photo assistance throughout the tour. (Rain ponchos or jackets, umbrellas, binoculars, camera towels, bottled water, and a light snack are included).

    Following your cruise, you will reboard the shuttle for the return drive to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves a 3/4 mile of walking on a gentle improved trail. To ensure a comfortable and interactive atmosphere for all participants, a maximum of 14 guests will be permitted on this tour. Guests are encouraged to bring their cameras, and plenty of film or memory. This tour may operate in reverse order. This tour operates in all weather conditions. Dress warmly in layers and wear comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes, as temperatures may vary. Children ages 12 years old and younger will receive a complimentary digital camera. Although common, wildlife sightings are not guaranteed.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier By Helicopter & Guided Walk *

    Experience the Mendenhall Glacier by helicopter and on-foot during a memorable flight-seeing tour and guided walk on this slow-moving river of ice.

    Depart the pier for the brief transfer to the heliport. Upon arrival, you will receive a comprehensive safety briefing and be fitted for special glacier-walking boots before boarding a modern, five-six-passenger turbine helicopter for take-off.

    Flying high above wetland habitat, alpine ridges and lush rainforests, you will gain a new appreciation for this rugged land as your pilot shares a lively narrative. As you approach the ice field and its many glaciers, you will marvel at the twisted spires, deep blue crevasses and carved peaks that comprise this ancient landscape. Soaring even higher, you will pass by the Mendenhall Towers, jagged rock sentinels soaring more than 7,000 feet, and the spectacular icefalls that overflow to form the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Next, you will view icefalls, spires and many hanging glaciers suspended on the surrounding mountainsides before gently landing on this slow-moving river of ice. As you explore the glacier's surface, your expert mountaineering guide will explain how glaciers form, flow and carve out the rugged landscape.

    Following your visit, you will re-board your helicopter for the return flight to the heliport, then be transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves approximately 30 minutes of helicopter time, and 20-25 minutes of time spent on the glacier. Dress warmly in layers, and bring a hat, gloves sunglasses, raingear, a camera, and film (or memory) from the ship. Glacier-walking boots will be provided. Due to heightened security, no bags, purses, fanny packs, etc. will be allowed on the helicopter. A secure location will be made available to lock up your belongings. A window seat is not guaranteed. This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility or guests who utilize a wheelchair.

    *Due to weight and balance limitations, passenger safety and comfort, passengers weighing 250 pounds or more will be charged an additional $150 to reserve extra space on board the helicopter.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier Native Canoe Adventure

    Explore the Mendenhall Glacier in a unique new way during this scenic and memorable canoeing adventure.

    This tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier for the transfer to the Mendenhall Glacier. Upon arrival, you will receive your safety and canoeing instructions, then begin paddling amongst the icebergs located near the Mendenhall Glacier during this scenic adventure aboard a stable, 12-person traditional native canoe; the only way to get to the face of the Mendenhall Glacier.

    Along the way, you will soak in the serenity of Mendenhall Lake, where the canoe's quiet paddles are the only propulsion allowed. Bring extra film or memory for your camera to capture the breathtaking scenery. A stop will be made to stretch your legs by roaring Nugget Falls, which is located just a few hundred yards from the glacial face. You and your group will also be served an Alaskan snack, and listen as your guide explains the natural history and native lore relating to your surroundings.

    Following your visit, you will be transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This is a participatory trip, and all guests must be able to paddle. This tour is recommended for guests in good physical condition. Guests with back and/or neck problems, guests with limited mobility and guests who utilize a wheelchair will not be permitted on this tour. No experience or gear is necessary to participate on this tour. Raingear (if needed), hiking boots, glacial-walking shoes, life jackets, and dry bags will be provided. Children must weigh at least 40 pounds and be accompanied by an adult to participate on this tour. Due to USFS permit conditions, this tour has limited capacity. This tour operates in all weather conditions. Warm clothing is recommended; the full-length raingear provided will keep you dry even on the wettest days. Guests will be required to sign a waiver in order to participate in this excursion.

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  • Alpine Zip Adventure

    Begin your zipline adventure in the heart of the Tongass National Forest at Eaglecrest Ski Area in Juneau, Alaska, surrounded by mountain views and pristine old growth woods.

    Once you've arrived at the lodge, you will be greeted by your friendly and knowledgeable guides who will get you outfitted with our top of the line gear. After a safety briefing and practice run, you will be ready to take your "leap of faith" into the trees! Land in uniquely designed, fully enclosed treehouse platforms where you can comfortably take in the scenery or snap a picture. Sip on a cup of hot (or cold) blueberry tea while you listen to your guides tell stories of living in Southeast Alaska or share facts about the local area, alpine forest and flora and fauna as you work your way through our treetop course.

    Cross a suspension bridge over a rushing salmon spawning stream as you near the end of your trip.

    Top off your tour by trying your hand at Axe Throwing and embrace your inner lumberjack! (Available for both adults and kids.)

    Back at the lodge you will have an opportunity to relax in our cozy lounge while you enjoy a light snack and watch a slideshow of the pictures taken during your adventure. There will also be time to purchase any zipline souvenirs in our gift shop or drink a locally brewed beer on the deck before heading back downtown.

    Note: Maximum weight is 250 lbs. Wear long pants, layered clothing and close-toes shoes. Standing time is approximately 2 hours total.

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  • Mendenhall Glacier - Guide's Choice Adventure Hike

    Experience Alaska's rugged natural beauty from a perspective best seen on foot during this exhilarating walking tour at the Mendenhall Glacier National Recreation Area.

    This tour has been recommended by Jean-Michel Cousteau's Ocean Futures Society based on its philosophy that guided experiences in nature should inspire people, young and old, to act responsibly for the protection of our planet's vital ecosystems.

    Depart the pier with your naturalist guide for a narrated drive through Juneau, and on to the trailhead. Upon arrival, you will begin your guided hike through the glacier-clad valley. This is one of few tours in the area that include the services of a naturalist guide throughout the trip.

    During your hike, you will discover many treasures best experienced on foot. You will take a walk along a rushing mountain stream, feel the mist of a cascading waterfall, listen to the cry of a bald eagle, and smell the fragrance of a secluded forest glen. The surrounding peaks are home to mountain goats, black bears, beavers and porcupine.

    As you proceed along the trail, stops will be made at various viewpoints to take in panoramic vistas and photo opportunities of this expansive, glacier-carved Alaskan wilderness. Your naturalist guide will also provide you with interesting facts about this last great temperate rainforest. Following your hike, you will be transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves approximately 3 hours (4-6 miles) of strenuous hiking over bumpy, uneven ground, with an elevation gain of about 500 feet. This tour is recommended for guests in good physical condition. Guests with back and/or neck problems, guests with limited mobility and guests who utilize a wheelchair will not be permitted on this tour. The number of participants will be limited to ensure a personalized and interactive experience. This tour operates in all weather conditions. Dress warmly in layers, wear hiking boots and bring a camera from the ship. A poncho, hiking stick, belt pack, bottled water, and snack will be provided.

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  • Helicopter Glacier Trek

    Explore Alaska's pristine natural beauty in an exciting new way during this scenic and memorable helicopter ride and glacier trek.

    Depart the pier for the brief transfer to the helicopter base. Upon arrival, you will board a helicopter for the scenic flight to your glacial trekking site. Upon arrival, your guides will teach you the proper use of the mountaineering gear (ice axe, crampons, harness and helmet) so that the remote areas of the glacier can be accessed.

    After receiving your safety and tour instructions and gear, you will join your mountaineering guides for a 2-hour trek through the glacial icescape. Along the way, your guides will provide you with detailed explanations of the glacial environment and surrounding area.

    Following your trek, you will re-board your helicopter for the return flight to the helicopter base, then be transferred back to the pier.

    Please note: This tour involves 2 miles of hiking over uneven terrain, and is recommended for guests in good physical condition. The minimum age to participate on this tour is 12 years old; children 16 years old and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No prior experience is required to participate on this tour. Guests are advised to wear layered clothing and sunglasses, and bring a camera from the ship. Rain and wind-proof outerwear, mountaineering boots, crampons, harness, gaiters, gloves, ice axe, helmet, and a hip pack with snack and water will be provided. This trip involves approximately two hours on the glacier.

    *Due to weight and balance limitations, passenger safety and comfort, passengers weighing 250 pounds or more may be assessed an additional $150 to reserve extra space on board the helicopter.

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  • Glacier View Sea Kayaking

    Experience the pristine beauty of North Douglas Island and views of the Mendenhall Glacier in the distance during this kayaking adventure.

    A narrated drive from the pier brings you to North Douglas Island where your kayak awaits. Upon arrival, you'll be outfitted in life jackets and raingear and your experienced guide will teach you about paddling techniques. Once everyone is ready to go, you will board your two-person kayak with a new friend or traveling companion and set-off on an unforgettable journey.

    Your stable, yet nimble kayak, will allow you to silently approach any wildlife in the area and give you a sense of how the famed Aleut Indians traveled the coastal waterways of Alaska in search of pelts for the Russian fur trading companies. Led in groups of five to six kayaks, you will travel to such places as the Mendenhall Wetlands where weather permitting, you may have the opportunity to view the Mendenhall Glacier in the distance. Your guide will explain the significance of places such as Smugglers Cove, the history of the surrounding area and help identify local flora and fauna. Keep a watchful eye out as you may see porpoise, seals, sea lions, eagles, herons, or even whales along the way.

    After approximately 1.5 - 2 hours of paddling, you will find yourself back at the starting point where you will turn in your gear and enjoy a light snack before transferring back to the cruise ship pier.

    Please note: This tour can involve up to 2 hours of kayaking and is recommended for guests in good physical condition. The tour is not available to guests who utilize a wheelchair or those guests with mobility concerns. Weather appropriate clothing suited for the outdoors and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian. Minimum weight to participate is 40 lbs. and maximum weight is 250 lbs. Each guest will be assigned a life jacket which must be worn throughout the marine portion of the tour. Only life jackets provided by the tour operator will be permitted for use on the tour. Raingear (if necessary) and splash skirts are provided. Participants will be required to sign a liability waiver before being allowed to take part in the tour.

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  • Mendenhall Lake Kayak Adventure

    Kayak across a mountain lake to view Mendenhall Glacier, a massive body of ancient ice that is part of the Juneau Ice Field, a remnant of the last ice age.

    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy an immensely picturesque drive to pristine Mendenhall Lake, which lies just north of Juneau in the Tongass National Forest. Soon after arriving, you will receive a safety briefing and be outfitted with a life jacket, rubber boots and rain gear. Then, after splitting into groups, you will ease into a two-person kayak and begin paddling across the lake’s crystal clear water. You will find that the kayak is remarkably easy to navigate, which makes the adventure all the more enjoyable.

    Your destination will be Mendenhall Glacier, one of dozens of glaciers that make up the Juneau Ice Field. While you will remain a safe distance away from Mendenhall Glacier, you will certainly be close enough to behold its staggering beauty. Much of the ice has a blue cast as it inches almost imperceptibly into the lake.

    To enhance your understanding of the surrounding area, your guide will point out the flora and fauna. You might spot arctic terns nesting along the shore, eagles soaring overhead, and black bears and goats up in the hills among the Sitka spruce trees.

    Kayaking past Nugget Falls is another highlight, as it cascades into the lake next to the glacier. Alder shrubs and willows have started growing nearby, taking advantage of the fact that much of the landscape has been ice-free for about 50 years.

    After approximately two hours of leisurely kayaking, you will return to Juneau.

    Please note: This tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns and not recommended for women in their third trimester of pregnancy. Participants must be in good physical condition as there will be 2 hours of strong physical exertion and good upper body strength is necessary. Guests should dress warmly and bring gloves and an extra pair of socks. There is a minimum weight requirement of 40 lbs., and a maximum allowable weight of approximately 275 lbs., dependent upon waist size. Participants over 6’3” in height will not be able to steer with the foot pedals and will have to use their oars to paddle. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult parent or guardian and children ages 13 – 17 must have a signed parental consent form in order to take part in the tour.

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