Day 1 Juneau
Day 2 Juneau – Sitka
Arrive in Juneau via plane, cruise ship or Alaska Marine Highway System ferry. Get the family together for a trip on Mount Roberts Tramway. Once you’ve reached the summit of Mount Roberts, take in the sweeping view of the rainforest below and the surrounding mountains. Back in town, explore the Alaska State Museum’s collection of artifacts from Alaska Natives and Russian settlers. Overnight in Juneau.
Hop on an Alaska Marine Highway ferry and spend a couple hours onboard as you journey southeast to Sitka. Upon arrival, head to the Alaska Raptor Center for an up close and personal look at bald eagles and other rescued birds. Watch the birds in action inside the flight-training center, an enclosed area where rehabilitating birds regain the ability to fly. Overnight in Sitka.
Day 3 Sitka – Wrangell
Spend the day taking in the sights on your trip through the Inside Passage while the children take advantage of the playroom and arcade or listen to the U.S. Forest Service interpreter explain the wildlife and environment of the Tongass National Forest. (This journey can also be done overnight.)
Day 4 Wrangell
Get your land legs back in Wrangell by exploring Petroglyph Beach State Historic Park and the carvings left by local Alaska Natives. Take a walk to...
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