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Alaska
Passport to Southeast Alaska: By Hiking Boot, Kayak & Boat
Alaska is one-fifth the size of all Lower 48 states combined but has a population smaller than Rhode Island. Come hike, kayak, learn about and explore this idyllic place.
Program No. 22225RJ
Length
10 days
Starts at
3,999
Getting There
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At a Glance

Southeast Alaska opens up to you on an extraordinary learning adventure in a land steeped in riveting lore, hardy culture and spirited days of up-close discovery by land and sea. Kayak in cold blue waters to one of Alaska’s most active feeding grounds for humpback whales. Hike in old-growth forest with views of towering mountains. Dine on native salmon. Be transformed in the wild outdoors and pure air of America’s 49th state.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Spirited
Kayaking up to two hours at a time on mostly calm waters, hiking up to four miles over varied terrain over a period of two hours. Rafting on relatively flat waters.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Float down the Chilkat River through its Bald Eagle Preserve, stepping ashore at a Klukwan village.
  • Explore the wildness of Glacier Bay National Park by boat, bicycle and on foot.
  • Stay on the site of Fort Seward in Haines and explore this quaint Alaskan town.
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Laura Kaltenstein
Laura lived in Homer, Alaska as a child. After many years in Utah, Colorado and Montana, she returned to her home state where she has lived for 14 years. Besides working as a group leader, she teaches art to children and, as an active artist, works in several different mediums including bead work, acrylic paintings and coloring books for children. Her artwork reflects her love of the natural world. Laura loves being outdoors and has always lived in rural settings close to nature.
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Laura Kaltenstein
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