One of Alaska's largest and most accessible glaciers, visiting the Mendenhall Glacier is a fun Juneau day trip.
Located 45 miles south of Juneau, this deep and narrow fjord offers spectacular views of wildlife and the North Sawyer and South Sawyer glaciers.
See brown bears in their natural habitat on Admiralty Island, the highest density of brown bears in North America, home to about 650 bears.
Juneau offers world-class whale watching; be on the lookout for humpback whales and orca whales feeding in the nutrient-rich summer waters.
Enjoy Juneau as a popular fishing destination to hook your next champion halibut or salmon!
Visit Juneau's DIPAC to learn more about the life-cycle of Alaska's salmon and to see a working hatchery; great for kids and all ages.
An icon of downtown Juneau, you can take the tram to the top of Mt. Roberts or hike the 2-hour trail to the top for a breathtaking view.
Learn about the history of the sled dog and take a ride on a sled with a professional sled dog team.
If you enjoy good beer, stop by the Alaskan Brewing Co.'s tasting room to sample wildly popular beer 100% brewed in Juneau, Alaska.