Haines to Canadian Border

Haines Haines Junction

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Haines is situated at the upper end of North America’s longest and deepest fjord. It is 14 miles south of Skagway and 80 miles north of Juneau. Haines is at the southern end of the 153-mile Haines Highway which connects to the Alaska Highway 100 miles north of Whitehorse at Haines Junction.

Haines Visitor Information Center

This is the best place to start exploring this artful, adventure filled town. Tlingit culture, adventure, wildlife viewing and an award winning distillery can be found in Haines. www.visithaines.com

Accommodations & Camping

Things To Do

3.5

Haines Airport.

4.1

Parking along Chilkat River.

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Parking along Chilkat River.

8.2

West boundary Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve.

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Parking.

13.9

Fourteen Mile Slough, parking, fall fishing for Dolly Varden, salmon.

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Large parking area beside Chilkat River with toilets and litter barrel. Council Grounds Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve viewing area.

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Parking.

20.1

Parking.

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Parking viewing ground Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve.

21.5

Klukwan Village.

23.9

Chilkat River bridge.

26.8

Parking with scenic view and picnic tables.

27.2

Mosquito Lake State Recreation Site. Access via 2.5-mile side road. 5 camp sites, border lake. Dock and boat launch. Trout, whitefish. Store.

28.8

Muncaster Creek.

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East boundary Chilkat Eagle Preserve. Scenic view.

31.6

Little Boulder Creek, parking.

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Visitor facilities. Fuel, phone, food and cabins.

3.8

Big Boulder Creek, parking. Dolly Varden catches permitted. This creek is closed periodically to salmon fishing, check locally for current regulations.

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Parking, view of Saksaia Glacier.

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(km 71.3) U.S. Customs. Dalton Cache Station. All traffic entering the U.S. must stop at customs. Open year round 7am to 11pm Alaska Time. Alaska is one hour earlier than the Yukon.

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(km 71.9) Canada Customs. Pleasant Camp. All travelers entering Canada must stop. Open year-round 8am to midnight PST (time in the Yukon).