Creamer’s Field

a waterfowl refuge is located on the site of a historic dairy farm, and is now operated by the Alaska Department of …

 

Mendenhall Glacier

This world-famous glacier, 13 miles northwest of Downtown Juneau, is one of the most photographed attractions in Alaska. The Forest Service Visitor …

 

Caines Head State Recreation Area

scenic site of an abandoned World War II fort, can be reached by boat or on foot (at low tide) from Seward. …

 

Exit Glacier

Ten miles from Seward is one of the more accessible  glaciers in Alaska. Turn at mile 3.5 Seward Highway and drive 8 …

 

Ketchikan Walking Tour

A free do-it-yourself activity, includes 33 points of interest within easy walking distance of downtown area. The two-mile  excursion takes about two …

 

Dewey Lakes Trail

A trail to Lower and Upper Dewey Lakes begins at 2nd Ave across from the White Pass & Yukon Railroad Depot.  It takes about …

 

Takhini Hot Springs

The campground offers year-round recreational activities on over 300 acres. Wooded sites with RV pull-thrus are adjacent to the mineral pools. Experience …

 

Grey Mountain Viewpoint

Approximately 6.5 km to the parking area high above Whitehorse that offers spectacular views. After crossing the Robert  Campbell Bridge turn off …

 

Old Log Tramway Trail

Has been cleared and signed along the remains of an old log tramway used at the turn of the century to portage …

 

Miles Canyon

Miles Canyon and Suspension Footbridge is six miles upstream from  Whitehorse on the Yukon River. Miles Canyon is a slash in the …