Alaska's capital city, Juneau, is one of the few major destinations in America with drive-up glaciers. Locals get their cars stuck four wheeling on the beach—in snow, not sand. Juneau's ferries stay busy shuttling back and forth to the mainland, cruising the marine highway for want of a paved road connecting the city to the state.
Sitka, on Baranof Island, is an amalgam of Native American, Russian, and modern American heritage, set on an island stage with rugged mountains as backdrop. History buffs will enjoy exploring the Russian Bishop's House, the Finnish Lutheran Cemetery or Sitka National Historic Park, while outdoor enthusiasts can conquer Mt. Edgecumbe, a long spent volcanic peak that punctuates Kruzof Island nearby.
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