The Great Alaskan Loop

Juneau, Alaska – Juneau, Alaska

  • 7 Days
  • 550 Miles
Welcome to the adventure. You will be experiencing a wilderness few people in the world ever get a chance to visit.  Below is your adventure itinerary but remember, everything is subject to change.

DAY 1

  • Juneau, Alaska- Angoon, Alaska
  • 110 Miles
  • 8:00am meeting time

The expedition will meet in the lobby of the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Juneau, Alaska for orientation and gear distribution. Today the team will be heading south down Gastineau Channel and then turn north into Stephens Passage headed for Cape Decision and into Chatham Strait. We will be on the lookout for Humpback Whales, Orca, and Brown Bear foraging along the shoreline.

Note* The Favorite Bay Lodge is a ‘FIVE STAR’ luxury facility. This would be a good place to spend a couple of nights exploring, fishing, and viewing the Alaskan Brown Bears!

Hotels Rooms Double Occupancy
Dinner hosted

DAY 2

  • Angoon, Alaska – Kake, Alaska
  • 80 Miles
  • 10:00am Departure Time

Wake up to the gorgeous facilities of the Favorite Bay Lodge and enjoy a delicious cooked to order breakfast. Today, the team will be continuing south, along Admiralty Island and round its southern most land mass, Gardner Point. From here we will be entering Frederick Sound, a marine rich feeding ground for all marine wildlife! Once in Kake the crew will explore the back roads of this native village in search of feeding bear, moose, mink, eagles, and other wildlife.

Hotels Rooms Double Occupancy
Dinner hosted

DAY 3

  • Kake, Alaska – Wrangell, Alaska
  • 110 Miles
  • 9:00am Departure Time
The small village of Kake is a treat to wake up in. Patti and Melissa will be in the kitchen cooking a hearty breakfast for or passage this day. Departing Kake you will get the rare treat of making passage through Rocky Pass, a narrow body of water not accessible to most watercraft. The team will enter Sumner Strait and head east for the small town of Wrangell, Alaska.

Hotel Rooms Double Occupancy
Dinner on your own this evening

DAY 4

  • Wrangell, Alaska – Petersburg, Alaska
  • 60 Miles
  • 8:00am DEPARTURE time

Enjoy a quick bite in town and be prepared for your transfer back down to the docks! As the crew begins the journey to Petersburg we will be looking for a feeding behavior of the humpback whale known as ‘bubble net feeding’. This area has also provided many opportunities to view Orca preying upon Stellar Sea Lions as well as Humpback Whales. Keep your head on a swivel and a sharp lookout for wildlife both on and off the shore.

Hotel Rooms Double Occupancy
Dinner on your own

DAY 5

  • Le Conte Tidewater Glacier Day
  • 130 Miles
  • 10:00am DEPARTURE time

Today the expedition will depart Petersburg for a day trip into Le Conte Tidewater Glacier. This is one of the most amazing experiences you will ever have in your life as we take a journey back in time through this magnificent glacial valley. We will return to Petersburg for a second night with a 10,000 year old chuck of glacier ice for cocktails at the Harbor Bar!

Hotel Rooms Single Occupancy
Hosted Papa Bears Pizza and Glacial Ice Drinks (no alcohol)

DAY 6

  • Petersburg, Alaska – Juneau, Alaska
  • 120 Miles
  • 8:00am DEPARTURE time

Wake in the early morning to the beauty of the small Norwegian town. After breakfast the crew will prepare for the long ride north to Juneau, Alaska. The team will be traveling through the north side of Frederick Sound in search of brown bears, orca, stellar sea lions, Humpback Whales, Porpoise, Sea Otter, and a variety of other wildlife.

DAY 7

All of our adventures include a weather or mechanical hold day. This day serves as that day.

PHOTO GALLERY FROM
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