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Taku Glacier Cabin is open for year-round relaxation and recreation in Alaska's beautiful Inside Passage. The cabin is in a prime location for glacier viewing and wildlife watching, offering access to many recreational activities.
The site can be accessed by float plane, shallow draft boat or kayak, depending on conditions. Guests are responsible for their own travel arrangements and safety and must bring several of their own amenities.
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Visitors can explore the area in a shallow draft boat, canoe or kayak in deeper tides. The Forest Service does not provide boats or flotation devices. Salmon fishing is possible in Taku Inlet.
Hiking is possible, but there are no developed trails around the cabin. The terrain offers opportunities for novice and experienced hikers.
Guests can pick fresh blueberries around the cabin during the summer. Hunting for bear, moose or mountain goat is allowed in designated seasons with a permit.
Map + Directions
The cabin is located 26 miles northeast of Juneau on the east shore of Taku Inlet. Access is by shallow draft boat or float plane. A tide of at least 12 feet is required to reach the cabin; please check tide charts in advance.
The cabin is approximately a mile south of Taku Point and 2.2 miles north of Davidson Creek, directly across the inlet from Grizzly Bar.