Sample Itineraries

Explore Southeast Alaska using one of our sample itineraries as a guide for your adventure…

Bike Petersburg and Wrangell:

Six days.  Excluding airfare about $1,000 per person. Three featured SEAtrails. In spare time: Petersburg museum, Norwegian dancing at the Sons of Norway Hall, Hammer Slough.  Wrangell Nolan Center, Chief Shake’s House, Petroglyph beach

Day 1 – Fly on Alaska Airlines into Petersburg.  Secure lodging for two nights.

Day 2 – Take chartered boat to LeConte Glacier to see harbor seals and calving glacier.  Watch for Humpback Whales in Frederick Sound.

Day 3 – Rent a bicycle and ride the Mitkof Highway Recreation Corridor.  Camp at Ohmer Creek Campground.  Stop at Blind River Rapids and Man-Made Hole on the way.  Walk the Ohmer Creek trail in the evening.

Day 4 – Ride to South Mitkof Ferry Terminal and board the Interisland Ferry Authority’s FV Stikine to Wrangell.  Hike Mount Dewey.  Stay at a bed and breakfast for two nights.

Day 5 – Ride the Nemo Loop Road bike route.

Day 6 – Return the bicycle and fly out on Alaska Airlines.

Southeast Alaska Beer:

Follow the Haines Beer Festival website for festival dates. Six days.  Excluding airfare up to $2,000 per person. Two featured SEAtrails. In spare time: Shop downtown Juneau, visit the Mendenhall Glacier, hike Mount Roberts, have a beer at the restaurant and ride the tram down for free (keep your receipt from the restaurant).

Day 1 – Fly to Juneau.  Rent a car and secure lodging for two nights.

Day 2 – Hike Perseverance Trail then tour Alaska Brewing Company.

Day 3 – Ferry to Haines secure lodging for three nights.

Day 4Great Alaska Craft Beer & Homebrew Festival in Haines.

Day 5 – More Brew Fest and hike Mount Ripinsky.

Day 6 – Ferry back to Juneau on Alaska’s Marine Highway and fly home.