Carin Peak


Carin Peak a mountain in Alaska

  • Location: 58 ° 36' 40" N, 137 ° 20' 15" W
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  • Elevation: 4,500 ft / 1,372 m
  • Description


    Cairn Peak is a prominent mountain that stands west of the Juneau Ice Field in the overlying Alaskan Coast Range Region. Located within the Juneau Borough, Cairn Peak is a very accessible mountain and can be approached via numerous ridges, by glacier, or as some do in winter, by means of helicopter or ski plane.

    For those willing, Cairn Peak offers climbers a demanding view of the Lemon Creek Glacier and Ptarmigan Glacier and of its impressive neighbors from Observation Peak all the way to Split Thumb and the expansion of Heintzleman Ridge to the North and Juneau Ridge to the South.

    Getting There

    For the Blackerby Ridge Route on Cairn Peak, take the following directions: From downtown Juneau take Egan Drive south to Salmon Creek (turnoff for the hospital). Turn right. Make another right on Wire Street, then left on Greenwood Avenue. Trailhead is on right side of the road.

    Fees and Permits

    There are no fees and you don't need any permits.

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