$35 per person — Duration: 2-1/2 hours — 2 Passenger Minimum
Narrated bus tour of historical Juneau with experienced guides. Learn history, development, & colorful local lore! See downtown Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, protected wetlands, and photo stop on Douglas Island for panoramic view of Juneau. Enjoy 40-45 minutes exploring Mendenhall Glacier. (The USFS Visitor Center charges a $3 per person to enter and this fee is not included with the tour price).
CITY, GLACIER & HATCHERY TOUR
$41 per person — Duration: 3 hours — Only available for pre-booked groups of 15 or more
Includes a historical downtown Juneau tour plus traveling past our Governor’s Mansion, a scenic overlook on Douglas Island, Mendenhall Glacier, and approximately 30 minutes at the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery. This tour is only available after July 4th thru end of August when the fish are returning. (The USFS Visitor Center charges a $3 per person to enter and this fee is not included with the tour price.) (The Macaulay Salmon Hatchery charges $3.25 per person or $1.75 for kids to enter and this fee is not included with the tour price.)
ALASKAN SALMON BAKE
$47 per person — 2 Passenger Minimum
All-you-can-eat buffet includes Wild Alaskan Salmon, Barbecued Ribs, Baked Chicken, salads, side dishes and desserts. Local musicians, roast marshmallows stroll to Salmon Falls and explore the remnants of the Wagner Mine.
STREAM GOLD PANNING
$62 per person — Duration 2 hours — 2 Passenger Minimum
Experience the thrill of finding gold just like the prospectors of old! Experienced prospectors explain gold history of area, help you pan for gold along a stream just as Klondike stampeders did!
$104 per person — Duration 3-1/2 hours (including transportation) — 2 Passenger Minimum
Learn safety & paddling technique prior to accompanying experienced guides on an exploration of wetlands & wildlife habitat. Actual paddle time may vary from 1 – 2 hours. Time to explore wetlands and watch for wildlife an enjoy the scenic views. No prior experience needed! Includes roundtrip transportation, rain gear, snack & beverage.
MENDENHALL RIVER RAFTING
$135 per person — Duration 4 hours (including transportation) — 2 Passenger Minimum (40 lb. Weight Minimum)
Adventure begins on Mendenhall Lake, near the face of the majestic Mendenhall Glacier. Guides share natural history and Native lore of the area while pointing out surrounding scenery and wildlife of the region. Experienced guides provide gear.
$120 per person — Duration 3 hours (including transportation) — 2 Passenger Minimum
Extraordinary opportunities to see whales, porpoise, sea lions, seals, eagles, & more. These are marine mammal-friendly Jet Boats, and individuals must have limited mobility to board vessels. Local guides, gorgeous scenery. Includes transportation, snacks & beverage.
GLACIER DOG SLED TOURS
$504 per person — Duration 3 hours (including transportation)– 2 Passenger Minimum
Weight of 280 lbs. or more rate – $600 per person (Only Available May 11-August 15)
The helicopter flight is only one part of this legendary experience which includes flying over the Juneau Ice Field to the dog camp, a kennel tour and the dog sled ride. When you take off, glaciers are seemingly within arm’s reach, mountains will unfold in front of your eyes as you embark on your flight to camp. With 80 Alaskan huskies and hear unique personal accounts of the Iditarod, back country experiences and have an opportunity to ask questions. Glacier boots provided.
BLUE GLACIER EXPRESS
$20 per person roundtrip
This is our no frills experience offering direct transportation 14 miles from downtown to the Mendenhall Glacier. Transportation run every 30 minutes beginning at 9:00am till 6:00pm on most days. Let our Bright Blue Bus take you out to the “Blue Ice Cube.” The Blue Bus picks up in the parking lot next to the Mt. Roberts Tramway in downtown Juneau and next to the Visitor Center at the Mendenhall glacier.
RED TROLLEY CITY TOUR (after July 4th includes Macaulay Hatchery)
$25 per person Runs once an hour–2 passenger minimum
Drive by the State Capitol Building, the City and State Museum, go by the Governor’s Mansion. This is the perfect tour of historic Juneau! Experience the feel of this unique city with a tour that allows you to enjoy the sights. This tour is fully narrated and includes a scenic photo stop on Douglas Island.
*After July 4th the Red Trolley stops at the Macaulay Hatchery. You may get off the trolley and stay at hatchery if you wish and take a later trolley back. It runs every hour. The Trolley only runs Sunday through Thursday.
HELICOPTER & GLACIER WALK
$282 per person — Duration 2 hours (including transportation) — 2 Passenger Minimum
Weight of 280 lbs. or more rate – $382 per person
Experience the grandeur and awesome scenery on this expedition by helicopter. Fly by Mendenhall Glacier, exquisite mountains, float over Juneau’s Ice Field (about 25 minutes of actual flight), PLUS a landing on a glacier (about 15 minutes on the glacier). The pilot provide interpretive talk during your walk on glacier surface. Flight is narrated, jackets and glacier boots provided.
WILDLIFE, CITY & SAXMAN NATIVE VILLAGE TOUR
$60 per person — Duration 2 hours — 2 Passenger Minimum
Trolley tour historic Ketchikan, waterfront, Creek Street, and visit the famous Saxman Totem Village. Guides fully narrate history & local color. See a clan house, totems and hear totemic history. Saxman Village is about 4 miles south of downtown Ketchikan.
RAINFOREST CANOE ADVENTURE TOUR
$98 per person — Duration 3-1/2 hours (including transportation) — 2 Passenger Minimum
At a pristine alpine lake and under the direction of your experienced guide, begin your adventure aboard a stable 37-foot Indian style canoe. Keep an eye out for wildlife while learning the unique natural and Indian history of Ketchikan area. Alaskan snack included.
MISTY FJORDS FLIGHT SEEING TOUR
$232 per person — Duration 2 total hours (including transportation) — 2 person minimum
Tour Misty Fjords National Monument. Soaring cliffs, saw-tooth ridges bathed in trade-mark mists, sky blue lakes, and plunging waterfalls. Chance to view brown bears, mountain goats, harbor seals, humpback whales and more from the air. This tours includes a mid-flight water landing.
Passport required for Canadian boarder crossing for all Skagway tours.
SKAGWAY CITY & SUMMIT TOUR BY MINI-COACH
$50 per person — Duration 2-1/2 hours — 2 Passenger Minimum
Fully narrated tour of Alaska’s oldest incorporated city, Gold Rush Cemetery, paralleling much of the railroad and Trail of ’98, Tormented Valley with its pristine crystal blue Summit Lake traveling along the summit towards the Canadian boarder, then upon returning we will offer a stopover at the scenic overlook which offer a great view of the city of Skagway, the valley and the cruise ships.
SCENIC FLOAT TOUR
Watch for seals and eagles while enjoying a scenic coastal drive to Dyea Valley, an old Gold Rush settlement now returned to nature. Learn about the area’s fascinating history and the natural beauty from knowledgeable guides as you float down the gentle Taiya River.
Float tour lasts about 2.5 hours with approximately 45 minutes on the river. Suitable for all ages and skills.
Other tours and attractions may be available, please make an inquiry for any tour which is not listed here.
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All vendors providing tours in the Tongass National Forest lands operate under a Special Use Permit issued by the US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service.
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