Inside Passage Mountains of Alaska

Inside Passage Mountains of Alaska

Artist: Debbie McCulliss


32 x 22" / PhotographyAlaska's Inside Passage is a coastal route for ships and boats along a network of passages weaving through the islands of the Pacific Northwest Coast. During the Klondike Gold Rush, this was a popular route used by prospectors from the U. S. Today about a million people from all over the world cruise the Inside Passage annually, a mount-trip journey typically beginning in Seattle or Vancouver, and traveling through the southwestern panhandle area of Alaska.

Collections: Mountains & Rivers

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