Super 8 Motel - Juneau

2295 Trout Street, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States
Super 8 Motel - Juneau
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Forum Posts

Questions about May trip

by ujge7639

Hi,

I am traveling to Alaska on a cruise ship and have a full day in Juneau. I have a couple of questions that I am hoping some people have feedback on:
1). I will be in Junaeu on May 6th. I plan on going to Mendenhall Glacier. I noticed they have 3 shorter trails. The question I have is whether these trails (photo point, trail of time, and morraine ecology trail) are gromed (do they remove snow from the trails) or will you need to be prepared to walk on snow? Will it be warm enough to walk around on the trails?
2). I have read up on Glacier Gardens and seen mixed reactions (tourist trap versus good attraction). Thoughts?
3). Is Macaulay Salmon Hatchery worth a trip in early May when salmon aren't swimming up ladders?

Thanks

Re: Questions about May trip

by mikelisaanna

While in Juneau you should also do a whalewatching cruise in addition to visiting Mendenhall Glacier. Juneau is very rainy, so hiking may not be a lot of fun in the rain. However, there is a good visitors' center at Mendenhall, which gives you good information about the glacier and its history.

Travel Tips for Juneau

Enjoy the moment

by HispanicYob

Don't forget, just because it's Alaska's capital doesn't mean it's entirely urban. There's nature all around. The Tongass National Forest is located not far from town. My fondest memory of Juneau would most likely be ziplining on Douglas Island. That was insane.

visit Mendenhall Glacier. It...

by Christo

visit Mendenhall Glacier. It is about 15 miles outside of the town, and you can see its icebergs floating an adjacent lake. It a cance to see a real glacier first hand, and it is a must see in Juneau.

A little bit of history and...

by margaretvn

A little bit of history and general info:

Alaska was bought from Russia in 1867, it was a territory of the United States for more than 90 years, gaining statehood in 1959.
It has a population of about 550,000 and its capital is Juneau.
Icefields cover nearly 29,000 square miles (4%) of Alaska. There are 5,000 glaciers in Alaska, one of then larger than the State of Rhode Island.

Packing For Alaska

by Donna_in_India

Camera Bag, Backpack Since you never know what the weather will be - and the weather can change pretty quickly - it's best to dress in layers:

Long underwear, fleece/sweater, waterproof/breathable shell

Gloves, Hat, Scarf

Waterproof hiking boots & warm, comfortable socks Sunscreen/Sunblock

Mosquito repellant (especially for June/July) Camera, Wide angle/Zoom Lens, Charger, Extra Battery, Extra Memory Cards,
Tripod, Plastic bags to cover camera while shooting in the rain (quart size baggies) Sunglasses

Binoculars

Bear/Pepper Spray

New Sport! Ziplining in Juneau!

by starship

Until our most recent trip to Juneau (July, 2006), I had never seen "Ziplining" in Alaska before! We have done some ziplining on Roatan, Honduras, so I would definitely like to try it in Juneau.

The "Rainforest Canopy & Zipline Adventure" begins with a high speed boat ride traversing the Gastineau Channel to reach Douglas Island (Douglas Island was incorporated into the city of Juneau some time ago) where the old Treadmill Mine site is located near the beach. You'll reach the aerial cables by ground trails, suspension bridges, ATV vehicle, etc. After being professionally fitted with all the necessary equipment and a safety talk, you will be taken up to the first tree platform. Safety First!!

There are 9 ziplines varying in length from 150 to 800 which connect tree platforms of varying height. Being nearly 200 feet off the ground in the tree canopy, you will have a real bird's eye view of old mining holes called "glory holes," as well as view of the Gastineau Channel, Bullion Creek, remnants of the Treadwell Mine. This is all in addition to the adrenalin rush of, quite literally, zipping through the forest canopy. At the end of the run, a light snack will be waiting for you -- in Honduras, some enterprising youths were selling cold "Red Stripes" at the end of your run!!

Tour hawkers near the cruise ship piers offered me a price of $150 per person for this adventure, down from about $165. Unfortunately, this price was prohibitive since there are 4 of us. You may be able to bargain them down further. All equipment and outfitting is included in the price as well as transportation to the site from the tour operator, "Alaska Canopy Adventures."

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Address: 2295 Trout Street, Juneau, Alaska, 99801, United States