Glacier Bay National Park
Eleven tidewater glaciers spill from the mountains and fill the sea with icebergs around this famous wilderness. You can see the glaciers via a cruise up the West Arm of Glacier Bay or by renting a sea kayak. Glacier Bay Visitor Center is on the second floor of Glacier Bay Lodge and has exhibits, a bookshop and an information deck.
Admiralty Island National Monument
24km (15mi) SE of Juneau Southeast Alaska 8461 Old Dairy Rd (office)
The Admiralty Island National Monument has 3641 sq km (1406 sq mi) of designated wilderness, featuring eagles, humpback whales, harbor seals, porpoises, sea lions and bears - the best bear-viewing area in Southeast Alaska is at Pack Creek, on the eastern side of the island. Angoon is the starting point for the adventurous canoe trips the area is famous for.
Saxman Native Village
3.2km (2mi) S of Ketchikan S Tongass Hwy