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Alaskan Frontiers & Glaciers

Date and time: Friday, 7/12/2013
All day
Location: Ketchikan, Juneau, Hubbard Glacier, etc.
Description: Depart from Seattle and follow the Inside Passage along Canada’s scenic western coast to Alaska and the small wilderness outpost of Ketchikan, known as the “Salmon Capital of the World.” Next is Alaska’s capital, Juneau, an exhilarating blend of nature and modern culture. Marvel at the spectacular Hubbard Glacier, the longest tidewater glacier in Alaska and visit Icy Strait Point, a seaport nestled in the lush, seemingly endless northern forest. Continue to Sitka, an astoundingly picturesque city known for its many historic attractions, then cruise onward to Wrangell, one of the oldest settlements in Alaska. Sail south to Canada’s lovely city, Victoria, a former British colony that has retained much of its colonial splendor, before returning to Seattle.
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Sponsor: Alumni Relations
Admission: Starting at $2,999.00
Contact: Johnna Thompson, Office Professional