Juneau Things To Do

    The off season is definitely "ON" in Juneau

    Things To Do

     

    Juneau’s “off season” – October through April – may be a sleepy time for the local bears, but we’re wide awake! Juneauites enjoy a vibrant arts and adventure destination during every season.

    Winter sports enthusiasts find challenges at every turn amid snow-clad mountain meadows and stunning downhill slopes, all in postcard-worthy settings. Juneau's winter jewel, Eaglecrest Ski Area, has produced an Olympic silver medalist (Hilary Lindh) and is considered to be "one tough cookie" for even the most expert skiers. Our breathtaking winter landscape is the backdrop for myriad outdoor activities:

     

    Downhill skiing

    Cross-country skiing

    Heli-skiing

    Snowboarding

    Ice skating

    Ice Hockey

    Snowshoeing

    Invigorating winter hikes

     

    Juneau’s rich cultural community comes fully alive from October through April with an impressive array of performing and visual arts to stimulate your senses and renew your spirit. Some, but not all, activities enjoyed by winter visitors include:

     

    First Friday gallery walks

    Alaska Folk Festival

    Perseverance Theatre

    Theatre in the Rough

    Juneau Symphony

    Juneau Dance Unlimited

    Opera to Go

    Juneau Lyric Opera

    And to round out the Juneau experience, great shopping and incredible dining are available year-round.  


    So if your off season visit to Juneau is for business or for pleasure, make time for fun! Whether you crave an active outdoor adventure or an evening at the symphony, you can find it in Alaska's capital city!

     

     
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