Alaska's capital, Juneau, was the first city to be settled after Alaska's purchase from Russia, and is located in the Panhandle of Southeast Alaska. The third largest city in the state, Juneau is nestled in the heart of majestic mountains, rivers, forest and glaciers and welcomes visitors with a community rich in culture, history and natural surroundings. The Mendenhall Glacier, Macaulay Salmon Hatchery, and Gastineau Channel make Juneau a popular Alaska destination for visitors seeking breathtaking glacier and wildlife excursions.
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In Juneau, Tours in Alaska operates under a special use U.S. Forest Service permit for tours that enter the Tongass National Forest and visit the Mendenhall Glacier. This company is an equal opportunity provider.