Alaska’s Inside Passage is a chain of a thousand islands between the Coast Range Mountains and the Northern Pacific Ocean. Today most of the ice that carved the landscape is gone. The lush Tongass rainforest claimed the land and the area became home to diverse wildlife: eagles, bears, salmon, whales and more. Wildlife viewing is only one of the area’s countless attractions. Hiking, fishing, camping, caving, kayaking and paragliding are only a few of the many adventures available in this still wild land. For those who live here, and those who visit, the Inside Passage is a place for discovery, a land of adventure.