Juno, a coastal city in the southernmost part of the US state of Alaska, is situated on a strait with fascinating natural landscapes and protected by a chain of small islands. It is the capital of contradictions and conflicts bordered by a large watercourse that never freezes, located below a huge glacier that never melts.
The city is a platform to explore the snow-capped fjords such as the Glace Bay National Park, the Tracy Arm Strait and deserted mines that have turned into impressive museums.
The Mendenhall Glacier provides the most exciting landscape in the world and is the most popular destination in Juneau, this huge glacier changes with the changing seasons and is adorned with a group of amazing waterfalls scattered over the icebergs, where its slopes reach the edge of the cold lake waters that provide the finest boat trips and rowing, Walking and hiking trails extend around the lake, reaching picturesque Nogat Falls and the surrounding frozen mountains.
The Tracy Arm Strait is adorned with the most beautiful scenery where waterfalls fall to the rocky mountain slopes and frozen rivers emerge from the middle of the charming blue ice fields and peaks. The crystal floats around the green trees that hide a large variety of wildlife and is the perfect place to take pictures for a beautiful family trip.
The heart of the capital is beating with historical places that embody the charm of the authentic local heritage, which varies between different museums, arts centers, and ancient buildings for Alaska Natives. Near the cruise ship dock, you can take a trip through the tram to reach the summit of Mount Roberts at an altitude of two thousand feet where there are charming panoramic views, restaurants and theaters And gift shops.