Located in downtown Juneau, Alaska, we offer immersive virtual reality tours of the Mendenhall Glacier & Ice Caves and guided hikes around the Glacier.
Adventure Flow offers outdoor small group tours that focus on giving you the optimal Alaskan experience. Passionate guides will take you a step away from the crowds and inspire you with all that Juneau has to offer. With walking, hiking, and mobile photography tours, we have something for everyone to enjoy the Southeast Alaska splendor.
Mission: Our mission is to motivate guests to discover their optimal experience in Alaska and life.
Operating as usual
Our friends going on incredible adventures and capturing it with beautiful cinematography. Glaciers, lots of glaciers! And they stumbled across a stunning moment of a newborn baby harbor seal.
We met up with our friend, Louie Hoock, from Alaska Adventure Sailing and we took his 55 ft steel hulled Bruce Roberts Ketch, named Arcturus, to the magnific...
Juneau... it is really great!
The Juneau Economic Development Council (JEDC) worked with Gemini Waltz Media and Michael Hemingway to produce this Juneau arts, culture, and recreation video.
Today is a big day for Juneau and Alaska. The PBS/BBC broadcast of Wild Alaska Live is happening all week, with the first showing today at 8pm EST/4pm AKST on PBS. People in Juneau are planning their whole day around viewing it...probably the first time I've heard of a Juneauite forfeiting a day on the trails in order to watch TV!
Alaska is amazing! Got any burning questions about life in Alaska, for the people that live here? We'd love to hear them - and we might even answer them on the show - tonight at 7pm BBC One!
We are soon releasing a VR surprise. Giving some friends a preview after a wonderful day on the trails.
Hey look. We hit 100 TripAdvisor reviews. Happy to see all 100 of them are positive!
Well hello Governor Walker. Fancy seeing you today on our walking tour. #onlyinjuneau
Still our favorite Alaskan April Fools day pranks of all time...
How about this for an April Fools joke? In Sitka, Alaska, the volcano Mount Edgecumbe had been dormant for around 9,000 years when, one morning in 1974, residents noticed dark smoke spooling from its top. Round up the children! Call the authorities! When a coastguard helicopter flew in to investigate, the pilot saw that 100 tires had been doused in cooking fuel and set alight in the volcano’s crater. Meanwhile, around the rim, someone had spraypainted “April Fool” in 50ft letters. It was the careful work of a local joker, Oliver Bickar, who’d been planning the prank for four years!
Seven incredible flow-driven explorers are setting sail for the great lands of Tracy Arm Wilderness today. With freezing temperatures and roaring winds, there is only one way to summarize the next 6 days: the greatest Alaskan adventure. #tooPainfullyBeautiful #theRealAlaska
Our friend, Kevin, over at Landscapes on the Run put this great guide together for kayak camping around Tracy Arm. Next week we are following in his wake on our Adventure Flow sailing trips. Can't wait!
landscapesontherun.com The ultimate guide for kayaking Tracy Arm Fjord independently. Everything from how to get there, what to pack, where to camp, and mock itineraries to plan.
A half-million people visit Mendenhall Glacier each summer, but today we are alone with fresh powder out at Nugget Falls. Beautiful.
So many ways to see glaciers around Juneau. On the hiking trails is our favorite! Thanks Yvonne Gordon for mentioning us.
msn.com 4. SEE A GLACIER FROM A MOUNTAIN
We've officially passed into 2017! Congratulations! Do you have a new years resolution? Maybe going to Alaska and paddling in crystal waters surrounded by majestic mountainscapes?
We are so grateful to reach the End of 2016 with so many wonderful memories and experiences. Thank you to everyone who joined us in Juneau this past year. Now, time for more thrilling hiking, paddling, sailing, and photography adventures for 2017! Happy New Year!
onlyinyourstate.com When the mountains are calling, here is where you must go...
We all have adventures on our bucket list and we want to help you cross out: Most epic Alaskan adventure. Join us this spring in Glacier Bay National Park or Tracy Arm Wilderness on a sailing, paddling, and hiking journey you'll never forget. Oh yes, the food is amazing too! Learn more: http://bit.ly/sailalaska
That's us, one of the best ways to see the Mendenhall Glacier, or glaciers in general for that reason. Now that we are off the Grand Canyon, its time to start sailing the ice again. Join us this spring for an epic glacier experience!
There are a hundred reasons to love Juneau and we can agree on all the ones listed here. We especially embrace #10 and #7.
noscorpionsinalaska.com So the other day, in casual conversation with my sister, I realized she had no idea that I lived in a city that has no Target. What kind of a sister am I, that she wouldn’t know such an impo…
Food and drink is such a core part of adventure travel culture. Without it, you are only experiencing a small fraction of a place and missing one of our vital senses that make for a memorable experience.
vogue.com You can glacier trek by morning, view humpback whales by afternoon, and end the day at a chef’s table noshing on foraged fare by a James Beard Foundation semifinalist.
The ultimate Alaskan experience departing March and April of 2017.
adventureflow.us Are you an avid traveler who’s about to explore the world? Are you keen to explore the ultimate Alaskan wilderness? Then, you should visit Glacier Bay National Park – a place that offers limitless…
Adventure sailing from Juneau to Glacier Bay in Spring 2017. It's the off the beaten path adventure perfect for you and your colleagues.
prevuemeetings.com The small town of Juneau, Alaska—with a population of 32,164—attracts groups for its natural beauty with easy access to Glacier Bay National Park.
What happens when a jökulaup floods the trail? Well, you hop in your packraft and paddle the trail of course!
A timelapse of suicide basin that shows the build up which led to our recent flooding event that covered the West glacier trail we usually guide hikes up.
Suicide basin, near Juneau, Alaska filled with water beginning on May 16, 2016 then drained after a glacial outburst on July 1, 2016.
The Mendenhall River, near Juneau Alaska, is experiencing high flows that threaten homes and other infrastructure downstream. USGS field crews, in cooperation with the City and Borough of Juneau, are on-site measuring the river flow to verify readings from the USGS streamflow monitoring station. The National Weather Service issues flood forecasts based on this station’s data.
The current high flows were brought about by the release of a glacial dammed lake on the nearby Mendenhall Glacier. A tributary glacier to the Mendenhall Glacier recently receded, leaving a new basin (Suicide basin) that fills up with melt water every summer.
The water level in the basin rose 100 feet since May 14, 2016 and began draining through the glacier on June 29, a process known as a glacial outburst flood. This new USGS monitoring station in the Suicide basin provided emergency officials with a 3-day warning on June 29th, before the flood peaked in downstream residential areas.
The USGS has operated streamflow information station on the Mendenhall River since 1965 (USGS Station Number 15052500). The outburst floods in 2011 (16,400 ft3/s) and 2014 (20,000 ft3/s) are the two highest annual peaks in the streamflow record. Prior to these outburst floods, the estimated 1-percent annual exceedance probability flow (100-year flood) for the Mendenhall River was 17,200 ft3/s. What was once a rare discharge on the Mendenhall is now a frequent event that floods homes and roads.
The Mendenhall River drains Mendenhall Lake, which is fed by the expansive Juneau Icefield.
In addition to measuring the elevation of the water in the basin, the new monitoring station has a camera with a satellite modem.
Brandon at Travel 42 recently joined us on an Adventure Flow tour. Read about his incredible experience with us!
travel-42.com Get in the FLOW with Adventure Flow Tours!
How to spend a Monday afternoon? A stroll, a beer, and couple of ghost stories sounds like a winner in my book!
While porcupines are slow on the ground, they don't seem to have any issues climbing trees. Ever try to race one?
You're not in California anymore Sam. Have an adventurous weekend!
Its Friday and these Canadians can't even contain their excitement. Here in Juneau, everyday is a weekend adventure!
The ocean is a big place for a little seal, usually skiddish, this one wanted to hear a bit of our walking tour.
Our plants are rejoicing with the return of the rain after a couple sunny days.
"Is this real? Is this real life?" Uinniq and Kyra had to ask a couple times, but it was so true, and so beautiful, and definitely feeling like summer!
Big news today: We are honored to receive the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award! Many more adventures await that keep delivering excellent experiences. Thanks everyone!
Great reasons to join us on a hike when in Juneau this summer.
collective-evolution.com While it may seem obvious that a good hike through a forest or up a mountain can cleanse your mind, body, and soul, science is now discovering that hiking can actually change your brain… for the better! Hiking In Nature Can Stop Negative, Obsessive Thoughts Aside from the almost instant feeling of c…
Arcturus spreading its sails and getting ready to fly to Glacier Bay Sunday! Fresh bagels, good company, and a little swimming... We're all set for another adventure!
Stay, his doctor said. “If you go on this journey in your condition, you’ll pay for it with your life.”
“If I don’t go,” Muir said, “I’ll pay for it with my life.”
Heacox, Kim (2014-04-01). John Muir and the Ice That Started a Fire: How a Visionary and the Glaciers of Alaska Changed America (Kindle Locations 1114-1116). Lyons Press. Kindle Edition.
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Campus Recreation at The University of Alaska Southeast offers diverse recreational programs that promote and facilitate physical fitness and an active student life.
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Yoga Instruction, Taichi, Mixed Movement and Pole Fitness
The Juneau Youth Triathlon Club to provide youth an opportunity to train together to participate in triathlons.
Welcome to the Juneau Archery Club's Page.
The Juneau Nordic Ski Team is competitive team of high school and middle school students practicing classic and skate cross country skiing techniques.
Pavitt Kids Club is the childcare service offered by Pavitt Health and Fitness! Like our page for photos and updates on upcoming community events.
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Juneau Softball Association is a slow pitch softball league for men, woman, and COED teams. You must be 15 years or older to join. Season begins the first week of May and goes to August. For more information, visit our website at www.juneausoftball.com.
Enjoy the hands-on treatment aboard our Juneau Whale Watching Shore Excursion boat on this guaranteed whale spotting cruise excursion in Alaska!
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