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Town wide view of Sitka

Sitka, population 9,000, is located on the west coast of Baranof Island, facing the Pacific Ocean. The area is one of the most scenic and historic places in the state of Alaska. Residents live among …

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Town wide view of Juneau

Juneau, population 32,000, is the capital city of Alaska. What to See and Do Getting there is a bit tricky since the city is surrounded by rugged mountain terrain and water, with no roads linking …

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Town wide view of Wrangell

Wrangell’s climate is similar to that of much of Southeast Alaska and Pacific Northwest coastal areas. Winters are mild with some snow and temperatures in the 20s and 30s. Summers are cool with light winds. …

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Welcome sign to Haines

A popular cruise port, Haines is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors with the Yukon wilderness at your doorstep. What to See and Do Hiking, fishing, kayaking and wildlife viewing are the most …

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Craig sea shore

As one of the top fishing ports in the nation, Craig is the largest community on Prince of Wales Island with a population of 1,231. What to See and Do Craig is the retail, service …

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Plants growing on forest floor

Klukwan is a small, Alaska Native village that is rich with history. What to See and Do Known as the mother village of the Tlingit Nation, the village itself sits on the banks of the …

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Snow covered mountains next to lake

With only a population of 450, Gustavus is the quaint and charming launch point for adventures in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. What to See and Do With an abundance of snow-capped mountain ranges, …

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Moss littered on the forest floor and crawling up tree trunks

Known as the “Gateway to the Klondike”, Skagway has a population of 1000 and sits on the northernmost tip of the Inside Passage of Southeast Alaska. What to See and Do A popular stopping point …

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Thorne Bay

Two killer whales swimming on the surface of the ocean

Once home of the largest logging camp in North America during the 1960s, Thorne Bay is a serene and peaceful town with a population of just 550 and is located 38 miles northeast of Ketchikan …

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Pink flower next to grass

Petersburg, known as “Little Norway” because its Norwegian heritage, has a population of ~3,200, and is located on the north end of Mitkof Island. What to See and Do Petersburg is less crowded than many …

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