This Pristine Bay In Alaska Is A Little Slice Of Heaven

The Juneau area of Alaska is on the water, and views of mountains and glassy bays are endless. Berner’s Bay lies 37 miles northwest of Juneau and is remarkably pretty, even among all the stunning things to see in Alaska’s southeast and the Inside Passage. The waters of this pristine bay are crystal clear and the surrounding mountains strike an elegant pose. In the midst of all this beauty, a BLM cabin is available for reservation. Spend a beach weekend near Juneau and relax in Berner’s Bay.

Berner’s Bay is 8 miles north of the boat launch at Echo Cove at mile 40 Glacier Highway.
Latitude: 58.76999, Longitude: -134.9357

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More information about Berner’s Bay and the cabin here.

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