Located within the northern portion of Alaska’s Panhandle, near the Park and Preserve at Glacier Bay, is Haines Alaska. Famous for its history, scenic beauty, arts, culture, wildlife and lifestyle. It is referred to as the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preservation Site. Haines is a beautiful place that is also majestic. Read to know more about the beautiful city of Haines!

Kroschel Films Wildlife Center

In for a wildlife adventure during your stay at Haines, Alaska? Kroschel Films Wildlife Center is waiting for you. Exhibiting more than 600 yards of visitor trails offer visitors an opportunity to see in their natural habitat species such as grizzly bears, wolves, lynxes, reindeer and porcupines. Steve Kroschel’s main goal is to educate, entertain and inspire thousands of people by this tour.

Chilkoot River

The Chilkoot River corridor is known for its richness in cultural heritage and archaeological sites. It is also a popular fishing area for salmon fishing and bear watching, and the second-best spot to stop by when visiting Haines Alaska. Aiming to preserve its rich ecological heritage, it is monitored daily by the Chilkoot River Corridor Strategic Planning Project. Camp in at Chilkoot River for a better experience of the trip.


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Haines-Skagway Fast Ferry

A 45-minute ferry ride would not hurt, especially during your stay at Haines, Alaska. Traversing across Lynn Canal’s Taiya Inlet and running between Haines and Skagway, many picturesque views will appear such as the Twin, Sawmill, and Long Falls waterfalls. There are also tour guides explaining the history and wildlife of the region. Reservations should be made to enjoy a full pack experience of this activity.


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