This quaint town of Haines, Alaska is a charming port town situated on the Chilkat Intlet.  Here it is no uncommon to have Bald Eagles soar overhead, black bears and grizzly bears catching salmon out of the stream in the local lake and rivers, snowy mountain tops all around you and Arctic tundra meets temperate coastal forest. Haines, Alaska is located at the upper end of North America’s longest and deepest fjord, Lynn Canal.  Home to abundant wildlife including over 260 species of birds that pass through the Chilkat Valley each year as well as black bears and grizzly bears.   Take a walk along the waterfront and take in the crisp blue water along the mossy green rocks as the tide is out or go for a walk at the base of the mountains and breathe in the fresh mountain.  A place for those looking for a peaceful getaway, hikers or adventurers at heart looking for beautiful scenery there is something for everyone in Haines, Alaska.  We did not get a chance to spend a ton of time before we took the ferry over to Skagway but we will be back to spend more time in Haines next time we visit Alaska!

Here are 12 photos that will make you want to visit Haines – The Adventure Capital of Alaska.  

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