MENDENHALL GLACIER GUIDES CHOICE ADVENTURE HIKE

Mendenhall Glacier Guides Choice Adventure Hike

Starting At:

$99.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$69.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port: Juneau, AK

Duration: 4.5 Hours

Activity Level: Difficult

Difficult

Involves physical exertion for an extended period of time; can involve swimming and/or rough, uneven or steep terrain.

No Minimum Age

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EXCURSION DETAILS

Experience the very best of southeast Alaska on this hike through some of Juneau's world-class trails.

Starting At:

$99.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$69.99
/ Child (ages 4 - 12)

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Juneau, AK

Duration:4.5 Hours

Activity Level: Difficult

Difficult

Involves physical exertion for an extended period of time; can involve swimming and/or rough, uneven or steep terrain.

No Minimum Age

Put on your hiking boots, fill your lungs with fresh air, and experience a day of world-class hiking. 

On this unforgettable excursion you will begin your day with a brisk pace and view cascading waterfalls, serene alpine meadows, and quiet forest glens, these are just a few of the treasured places reached only on foot.

Along the way be provided by your naturalist/guide knowledge and perspective on the region's natural and cultural history, and will share his or her favorite local stories.

Before leaving the dock, your guide will select the trail best suited for the day's hiking conditions. Weather will be of particular consideration; in this region of mountains and fjords, conditions can vary quickly and dramatically.

Possibly find yourself hiking high above a serene glacier-fed lake, or along a rushing mountain stream.

Learn that during much of the hike, the views are panoramic; there are many opportunities for spotting wildlife  and taking photographs along the trail, with frequent interpretive stops.

Note: This excursion operates in all weather conditions. Hiking boots or shoes with good ankle support are recommended. 

A poncho, belt pack, water, and snack are provided. You will be hiking between 4 to 6 miles with an elevation gain of 600 to 1,000 feet.

 

NOTES

  • This excursion operates in all weather conditions. Hiking boots or shoes with good ankle support are recommended. 
  • A poncho, belt pack, water, and snack are provided. You will be hiking between 4 to 6 miles with an elevation gain of 600 to 1,000 feet.

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Put on your hiking boots, fill your lungs with fresh air, and experience a day of world-class hiking. 

On this unforgettable excursion you will begin your day with a brisk pace and view cascading waterfalls, serene alpine meadows, and quiet forest glens, these are just a few of the treasured places reached only on foot.

Along the way be provided by your naturalist/guide knowledge and perspective on the region's natural and cultural history, and will share his or her favorite local stories.

Before leaving the dock, your guide will select the trail best suited for the day's hiking conditions. Weather will be of particular consideration; in this region of mountains and fjords, conditions can vary quickly and dramatically.

Possibly find yourself hiking high above a serene glacier-fed lake, or along a rushing mountain stream.

Learn that during much of the hike, the views are panoramic; there are many opportunities for spotting wildlife  and taking photographs along the trail, with frequent interpretive stops.

Note: This excursion operates in all weather conditions. Hiking boots or shoes with good ankle support are recommended. 

A poncho, belt pack, water, and snack are provided. You will be hiking between 4 to 6 miles with an elevation gain of 600 to 1,000 feet.

 

NOTES

  • This excursion operates in all weather conditions. Hiking boots or shoes with good ankle support are recommended. 
  • A poncho, belt pack, water, and snack are provided. You will be hiking between 4 to 6 miles with an elevation gain of 600 to 1,000 feet.