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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.
Rating (5)
Program No. 22225RJ
Length
10 days
Starts at
3,999
Meals
24 Meals
9 Breakfasts
6 Lunches
9 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Low Fat, Gluten Free, Low Salt
Lodging
Lodgings may differ by date. Select a date to see the lodgings specific to that date.
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Aug 10, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018 (Sitka, AK to Haines, AK)
  • Jun 15, 2018 - Jun 24, 2018 (Sitka, AK to Haines, AK)
  • Jul 06, 2018 - Jul 15, 2018 (Sitka, AK to Haines, AK)
  • Aug 10, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018 (Sitka, AK to Haines, AK)
2 nights
Sitka
Convenient downtown location within walking distance of historical and cultural sites and shopping.
2 nights
Juneau
Close to downtown Juneau where you will find shopping centers, restaurants, and choices of entertainment. With views of the Gastineau Channel, The Prospector Hotel is newly renovated and encompasses comfort and hospitality.
3 nights
Gustavus
Glacier Bay Lodge located at Bartlett Cove is the only lodging located within Glacier Bay National Park and can only be reached by plane or boat. Glacier Bay National Park was surveyed in 1794 by a team captained by George Vancouver. President Coolidge proclaimed the area a monument in 1925 and it was given National Park status in 1986. Glacier Bay became part of an international World Heritage Site in 1992. The bay has numerous tidewater glaciers. The lodge is surrounded by the quiet of Alaska’s northern rainforest.
2 nights
Haines
Nestled between the jagged peaks of the Chilkat Mountains and the waters of the beautiful Lynn Fjord, the Hotel Halsingland offers an authentic historic experience in a setting of natural beauty. The main hotel is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Halsingland Hotel is located at Fort Seward in Haines. Named in honor of William H. Seward, the Secretary of State who arranged the purchase of Alaska from Russia, Fort Seward was a training base for Alaska recruits during World Wars I and II. During the Second World War, it was a rest and recreation center for troops who served in the North Pacific Theater. It was decommissioned at the end of the war and declared surplus property. Five World War II veterans and their families bought the surplus 85 buildings and 400 acres sight unseen. In late 1947, Hilma and Clarence Mattson purchased the former commanding and bachelor officers' quarters. Hilma, who emigrated from the Swedish province of Hälsingland, named her new hotel after her homeland. Along with subtle Swedish influences, she brought with her extensive experience in the hospitality industry. In 1972, Fort Seward was placed on the National Register of Historic Sites.
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