Alaska - Juneau & the Southeast (PDF Chapter)

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This is the Juneau & the Southeast chapter from Lonely Planet’s Alaska guide-book.

While much of the state is a treeless expanse of land with a layer of permafrost, the Southern Panhandle is a slender, long rainforest that stretches 540 miles from Icy Bay south to Portland Canal.

  • strapping on crampons and hiking across the icy blue world of Juneau’s Mendenhall Glaci-er
  • maps
  • ziplining down a mountain and spending the afternoon viewing bears at Herring Creek, Ketchikan
  • transport
  • searching for ancient petroglyphs at low tide on Wrangell’s Petroglyph Beach
  • restaurants & accommodation

Coverage includes: Southern Panhandle, Ketchikan & Around, Misty Fiords National Monument, Prince of Wales Island, Wrangell & Around, Petersburg, Northern Panhandle, Sitka, Juneau, Admiralty Island & Pack Creek, Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, Haines, Skagway.

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