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It is home to nearly half of the tidewater glaciers in North America, a 15,000 foot mountain range, the delightful and mysterious coastal rainforest, over 200 species of birds, grizzly and black bears, and a resident pod of humpback whales.
Only four miles of roads and about five miles of developed trails exist in this virtually untracked land larger than the state of Connecticut.
As a Science at Sea participant you have full access to the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center at no charge.
This is a National Forest Service operated facility that has wonderful displays that highlight the rainforest ecology, fishing, and native culture in Alaska.
We board one of the restored-to-historical-accuracy rail cars for a three-and-a-half hour journey to the top of White Pass (one of the historical trail routes to Lake Bennett) in British Columbia.
For those who might want to stretch their legs a bit and escape the craziness of Skagway, we’ll offer a couple of guided hikes.
Located one block from the cruise dock at 50 Main Street.
Ketchikan enjoys a Native Tlingit culture dating back thousands of years and today is a cultural center for Tlingit, Tsimshian, and Haida Natives.
Breeching whales, calving glaciers, breathtaking views that will never be forgotten were just a part of our journey.
Smuggler’s Cove is a mile-and-a-half roundtrip on a well-maintained, sea-level trail.