Juneau, the Inside Passage, and Southeast Alaska

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  • 1. Misty Fiords National Monument

    Park (National/State/Provincial)

    Cliff-faced fjords (or fiords, if you follow the attraction's spelling), tall mountains, waterfalls, and islands with spectacular coastal scenery...Read More

  • 2. Salmon Glacier

    Geological Site

    A spectacular unpaved road from Hyder into Canada winds 17 miles to remote Salmon Glacier, one of the few glaciers accessible by road in Southeast...Read More

  • 3. Craig


    The primary commercial center for Prince of Wales is Craig, on the island's western shore. This town of 1,200 retains a hard-edged aura fast...Read More

  • 4. El Capitan Cave


    The best known of the large natural caverns that pockmark northern Prince of Wales Island has one of the deepest pits in the United States....Read More

  • 5. Hydaburg


    The Haida village of Hydaburg, approximately 40 miles south of Klawock (via chip-sealed road), lies along scenic Sukkwan Strait. A small collection...Read More

  • 6. Ketchikan Visitors Bureau

    Information Center

    Most visitors to Misty Fiords arrive on day trips via floatplane from Ketchikan or onboard catamarans. The bureau can provide a list of local...Read More

  • 7. Klawock


    A half dozen miles from Craig is the Tlingit village of Klawock, with a sawmill, cannery, hatchery, and the island's only airport. The town...Read More

  • 8. Longhouse

    Native American Site

    Father William Duncan, an Anglican missionary, strove to eliminate some aspects of Tsimshian culture and Christianize the people of Metlakatla...Read More

  • 9. William Duncan Memorial Church

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    This clapboard church is one of tiny Metlakatla's nine churches. The original burned in 1948. The current version, topped with two steeples...Read More

  • 10. Yellow Hill

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    A boardwalk 2 miles from town leads up the 540-foot Yellow Hill. Distinctive yellow sandstone rocks and panoramic vistas make this a worthwhile...Read More

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