Juneau is one of the most picturesque American capital cities. Nestled between glacial mountains and the Gastineau Channel, Juneau is the seat of Alaska’s state government.

Follow this trip on 2 wheels, or venture on foot!

Distance: 8 miles
Active Ride Time: About 45 minutes

1. Coppa

Visit Coppa for an organic coffee drink and a tasty bite to start your day!

2. Alaska Governor’s Mansion

Say hey to the first family of Alaska at the Alaska Governor’s Mansion.

3. Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Learn all about Juneau history and culture at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

4. Capitol Building

See Alaska’s capitol building where legislators, the governor, and the lieutenant governor all conduct the business of governing the state.

5. Macaulay Salmon Hatchery

Discover the amazing journey of Pacific salmon and get up close and personal with aquatic life at the Macaulay Salmon Hatchery.

6. Seawalk

Take a leisurely stroll, enjoy the public art, and watch the (cruise) ships roll in at the Seawalk.

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