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The Weather in Juneau
Check out the climate diagram for Juneau. June is the warmest month in Juneau with average maximum temperatures of 62°. However, temperatures can go lower than 24° in Juneau in December. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is May.
Jet over to Alaskan capital Juneau and rejuvenate at a vacation rental
Picture idyllic cabin rentals in Juneau, Alaska, where you're at the doorway of a massive, mountainous frontier, yet also in the heart of a spunky capital city.
Only in Alaska
Feast on Alaskan King Crab legs straight from the source at Tracy's King Crab Shack, on Gastineau Channel. Eat them as they are, with melted butter and garlic rolls, or try the creamier option of the house King Crab Bisque. Crab cakes and sandwiches are also sold – it's a very crabby place, though the service isn’t!
Another slice of Alaskan food culture can be experienced at Gold Creek Salmon Bake. Wild salmon from local streams are prepared over open fires using aromatic alder wood. Underneath dense rainforest trees, savor perfectly grilled salmon, Chilkoot baked beans, Tongass wild-rice pilaf, and Alyeska au gratin potatoes
Tour the Alaska State Capitol Building, the administrative center of the 49th and largest state. You'll get a chance to discover facets of Alaskan life as you tour the building. Admire marble and wood carvings from nearby, and murals of daily life in this mostly wild and undiscovered state.
For more background on this far-north outpost, visit the Alaska State Museum, which is brimming with engaging information and stories. Native American displays show the dress and way of life of these early people, and displays on Russian colonialism educate on this time in history.
From glaciers to rainforests
Spend several days at Mendenhall Lake, a natural playground featuring miles of trails, ice caves, a glacier, and numerous smaller lakes. Skater's Cabin, a shelter dating from 1936 and boasting unbelievable views and stone construction, can be rented for special events.
It seems unlikely to encounter a rainforest here, but you'll be pleasantly surprised when visiting Glacier Garden Rainforest Adventure in Tongass National Forest. Southeast Alaska has a thriving northern rainforest, and this is the best place to see it.
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