Southeastern Alaska GuideSoutheastern Alaska is a region of Alaska. Sometimes called the "panhandle", it is a thin strip of land and islands between Canada's British Columbia and the northern Pacific Ocean. HotelsFind hotels in Juneau, Ketchikan, Sitka, Haines and more.
Popular in Southeastern AlaskaJuneauJuneau is the capital city of Alaska, located in the state's Southeastern region, with a population of about 30,000 and an area bigger than Rhode Island or Delaware. KetchikanKetchikan is a scenic town of approximately 14,000 people, located along the Tongass Narrows, at the foot of Deer Mountain, on Revillagigedo Island in Southeast Alaska. Glacier Bay National ParkGlacier Bay National Park and Preserve is a United States National Park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is in the Panhandle of the state of Alaska.
In Southeastern AlaskaSitkaSitka is a city of about 9,000 on the Pacific Ocean coast of Baranof Island in Alaska, the largest state in the United States of America. HainesHaines is a small port community in Southeastern Alaska. It is located on the shores of the Lynn Canal, the state's longest fjord, and surrounded by glacier-covered mountains of the Coast Range. HyderHyder is a small place with less than a hundred inhabitants in Southeastern Alaska. SkagwaySkagway is a town with a population of less than a thousand in south-eastern Alaska, the largest state in the United States of America. GustavusGustavus is a city in Southeastern Alaska. It is the gateway to Glacier Bay National Park. PetersburgPetersburg is a small fishing town in the Southeastern region of Alaska. Alaska Airlines provides two daily jet flights, and various float plane and air charters also serve the area. Prince of Wales IslandPrince of Wales Island is in Southeastern Alaska, and is one of the largest islands in the United States. Misty Fiords National MonumentMisty Fiords National Monument is a United States National Monument located in Southeastern Alaska. Funter BayFunter Bay is on the northwest side of Admiralty Island in Southeast Alaska, approximately 12 air miles from Juneau, or 25 miles from Auke Bay by boat.