Points of Interest
- Fort William H. Seward
- Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve
Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.
Retrace the footsteps of Alaska's earliest pioneers during a half-day drive up the Haines Highway. One of the many sites on the highway route is the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, a 48,000-acre wildlife refuge that's home to the world's largest concentration of bald eagles. As you travel through the Chilkat Valley you'll make photo stops at two picture-perfect locations - 19 Mile Turnout and 31 Mile Overlook. Then, as you pass through the Canadian border, you'll gain elevation and travel above the tree line. When hunger calls, you can enjoy a delicious picnic-style lunch. As you make your way back to Haines, you'll stop along the Chilkat River to take additional photos. When your adventure comes to an end, sit back and relax as you make your way back to the pier.
Special Notes:Since this tour enters Canada, all guests must carry a passport or other WHTI compliant document. For U.S. citizens these documents include: U.S. Passport, U.S. Passport Card, Enhanced Driver's License, Trusted Traveler Card and Military ID Card (for U.S. armed forces members on official orders). Citizens of certain countries need a visa to visit Canada – visit www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp to see if this applies. Written consent is required for children traveling into Canada without both parents. Stops for wildlife, landscape viewing and lunch may vary depending on weather, wildlife activity, timing, etc. A jacket, hat and gloves are recommended as temperatures at the summit may be cool. Restrooms available at two scheduled stopping points along the highway.
Meal: Picnic-style lunch of sandwiches, chips, water, coffee, tea, lemonade
Liability waiver is required to be signed in the presence of the tour operator.
Unaccompanied Minor Policy: Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.