Haines

At the northern end of America's longest fjord, Haines shares a border with 20 million acres of protected wilderness!

The heart of Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park is less than 25 miles by air from downtown Haines, and Canada's Kluane National Park and Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park are just up the road. As you can imagine, opportunities for outdoor recreation are endless. And this is just part of what makes Haines the Alaska of your dreams!

Haines' friendly people can take you rafting, canoeing, kayaking, or jetboating; fly over Glacier Bay (you can even land on a glacier!); or by bus or van to all of Haines' attractions; hike the area's beautiful trails, some to the summit of spectacular peaks. See birds, wildlife, and meadows full of flowers! Enjoy hikes through lush forests, ocean shores, or along the banks of our rivers. Fish for halibut, salmon and trout. Whatever you do, bring your camera, because Haines is a photographer's paradise.

While you're in Haines, explore the cultural heritage at Sheldon Museum, and at Alaska Indian Arts in historic Fort Seward, or learn about the area's natural history through taxidermy at the American Bald Eagle Foundation. Browse Haines' galleries for exquisite artistry of the Chilkoot and Chilkat Tlingits and other resident artists.

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