Alaska's capital city, Juneau is located in Southeast Alaska's Inside Passage. The Tongass Rainforest climate provides Juneau with lush terrain and vibrant wildflowers. Juneau offers unequaled glacier encounters from Mendenhall Glacier, Tracy Arm Fjord and nearby Glacier Bay National Park.

Outdoor enthusiasts will thrive on world-class kayaking, dogsledding, rafting, biking and hiking. Abundant salmon and halibut fishing is available minutes away from downtown. Wilderness cabins and fishing lodges cater to visitors seeking the remote Alaska experience.

Excursions in the area feature spectacular scenery, incredible wildlife and unprecedented whale watching.

Logisitics:  Juneau (PAJN) is a four hour flight by Cirrus from Anchorage or the Kenai Peninsula.  It has a paved surface airport, and is a stopping point for the coast route to the Seattle/Vancouver area.  See Section Two and Section Four.


Check this FAA website for specific information on Juneau.

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