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Mt. Roberts Tramway - Experience the Beauty!


Soar to new heights in scenic adventure aboard the Mount Roberts Tramway,
Juneau's top Attraction, and experience the best of Southeast Alaska:
  Breathtaking view of Southeast Alaska   Native Artist Demonstrations
  Chilkat Theater with free showings   Bear viewing platforms
  Timberline Bar & Grill   Wildlife and alpine flowers
  Alaskan Beers and seafood in season!   Hiking and Interpretive Information
  Crab Feed (mid-June to Sept.)   The Nature Center
  Recipient of Governor's Award for facility accessibility design   Raven Eagle Gifts
    Juneau Raptor Center Bald Eagle Display
This unforgettable adventure begins at the cruise ship dock in downtown Juneau where you board a tramcar adorned in colorful Tlingit artwork that provides an exhilarating ride through the Southeast Alaska rainforest to the 1800 foot level of Mount Roberts. Experience one of the most expansive and beautiful views offered in all Alaska, from the Chilkat Mountains to the north, down the Gastineau Channel to the lands and waterways of the south, west to Douglas Island, and east into Silver Bow Basin where gold was discovered near the head of Gold Creek in 1880.

Once at the top, enjoy the amenities of our multi-million dollar mountain complex. The Mountain House (Shaa Hit) is nestled among towering Sitka Spruce trees on the edge of the grasses and wildflowers of the sub-alpine. The complex houses the Chilkat Theater, Raven Eagle Gifts, the Timberline Bar & Grill (with optional outside dining) and offers access to The Nature Center, an eagle exhibit and the extensive Mount Roberts improved trail system. Visitors are introduced to the Tlingit culture through the complimentary award-winning film Seeing Daylight, shown every half hour in the Chilkat Theater. Also in the Chilkat Theater, the Alaska String Band, a world-touring family band, performs original songs, dances, and stories about living in Juneau and Alaska, also completely free of charge. Native artists are often featured in the complex working on wood, fossilized ivory or silver carvings, making dolls, sewing garments, beading or creating large totem poles out of cedar logs. Our current resident artist for the 2014 season is nationally renowned Tlingit artist Doug Chilton, or Yaa nak.ch, of the Raven Moiety, Deisheetan (Beaver) Clan of Angoon, who is carving a full sized Eagle-Thunderbird totem pole in the Raven-Eagle Giftshop. Doug Chilton's art is featured throughout Alaska and the US, and was recently commissioned to carve a full size, traditional ocean going canoe for the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C.

Ticket Prices*
Adult: $33.00
Child 6-12: $16.00
Child 5 & Under: FREE
*Prices include local tax.

Tickets allow all day unlimited rides and include viewing of Seeing Daylight and the Juneau Raptor Center's live Bald Eagle exhibit. Allow a minimum of one hour for a complete tramway experience.
To request a brochure or for more information call 1-888-461-TRAM, email us at mail.mrt@goldbelt.com or write to us. 
2015 Season
Hours: Monday
To Be Determined
  Tuesday - Friday
 To Be Determined
  Saturday - Sunday
To Be Determined
** May and September hours and days of operation may vary depending on ship arrivals and departures.

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