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Plan Your Visit

Visiting Haines will take some planning but once you get here you will be happy you did. First step is to plan where to sleep and how long. Haines makes a great home base while you explore the vibrant communities in the Inside Passage which is Southeast, Alaska. Start planning your activities by familiarizing yourself with the area and modes of transportation to get around. The southeast area is a very unique part of Alaska, most towns are roadless in this area except for Haines, Skagway and Hyder so plan on taking a plane or ferry to access most of the Inside Passage.  

Once you are ready to explore the rest of Alaska all you do is drive north on the Haines Highway which takes you through Canada, make sure to have your passport. Alaska is covered by pristine wilderness, mountain vistas, boreal forests, wild rivers, and crystal clear lakes, so take it all in and plan to return because you may have to visit more than once to see it all.

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With the free Haines travel guide, you’ll get the inside scoop on the people, places, and happenings and it will inspire you even more to get...

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Alaska is a BIG state and you may want to do it in sections whether you are an independent traveler or working with an agent. 

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The history and culture of Haines is truly fascinating. From the Dalton Trail and Historic Fort Seward to the Presbyterian mission that founded the...

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The Haines Visitor Center is a department of the Haines Borough and is dedicated to the visitor industry and its economic benefit by marketing Haines...

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Haines is accessible through major airline carriers going into Juneau, Alaska then connecting with the small commuter planes into Haines.

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The weather can change quickly, and it is best to be prepared for rain or shine at all times.

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Being located on a peninsula and surrounded by towering mountains, water inlets, and grand forests in between brings endless adventures and...

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Having a population of 2400, most of your needs will be met with local services available.

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