LeConte and Petersburg

Sep 03, 2019 - National Geographic Venture


We started the day in the company of almost impossibly blue icebergs, exploring by Zodiac. Replenished with a delicious brunch, we were ready for an afternoon of activity in Petersburg. This charming fishing village with a Norwegian flavor provided opportunities for guided hikes through muskeg and forest, dock walks in harbors full of well-cared-for fishing boats, and even some exploration of the underwater world by ROV. Getting into the friendly small-town mode, some strolled the main street, browsing stores and chatting with locals.

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Linda Nicklin

Naturalist

After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in biology and anthropology, Linda Nicklin relocated to Alaska, where she fell in love with the state while spending summers in remote wilderness camps doing botanical surveys for the U.S. Forest Service.  She has lived in Juneau for twenty-four years.  

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