Disembarking in Haines allows access to the Alaska Road System © Joshua Roper Photography Visit the world famous Hammer Museum while in Haines © Lori Stepansky Check out the wildlife diorama at the American Bald Eagle Foundation in Haines © Matt Hage © Brian Adams / Alaska Marine Highway System Fishermen in the Chilkoot River near Haines © Joshua Roper Photography Chilkat dancers in Haines during 50 year celebration of the AMHS © Gene Christian / Alaska Marine Highway System

Haines is located 90 nautical miles north of Juneau on the shores of Northern Lynn Canal, the deepest, longest fjord in North America is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and hanging glaciers. Visits to this friendly and quirky community offer year-round adventure for thrill seekers and tame explorers alike. Haines also connects the Inside Passage to the surface highway at Haines Junction. Visit www.visithaines.com for more information on available activities and accommodations.

A service area map for the community of Haines

Haines is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the Inside Passage and is also the gathering place for the world's largest concentration of bald eagles who arrive each autumn to feed on spawning salmon in the Chilkat River. The area also offers wonderful bear watching opportunities in mid to late summer, a must-see community on your visit to Southeast Alaska.