Crystal ~Alaska: Voyages for the Lover of Pure Wilderness …

“To the lover of pure wildnerness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful countries in the world”

So wrote the 19th-century conservationist and author John Muir, who has a mountain and glacier named after him. It’s a wilderness that can only really be explored by sea or air. There are towns, of course, like the charismatic capital of Juneau, where the Red Dog Saloon displays the pistol left behind by Wyatt Earp, and Skagway, with its Gold Rush ghosts and vintage railway. But these are mainly stepping stones to the great outdoors and its amazing wildlife. From watching brown bears foraging to mushing huskies through the snow; from exploring hiking trails to kayaking down crystal-clear rivers; from whale-spotting to marveling at the awesome sight of Hubbard Glacier – be sure to pack a spirit of adventure.

Sail Alaska Aboard Crystal Serenity … see cruises here Crystal Serenity Cruise Ship (cruisecompete.com)


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