Juneau is home to the Eaglecrest Ski Area, one of the few community-owned ski areas in the US, and features 36 runs, four lifts and 1,620 vertical feet of skiing and snowboarding.
Many cross country ski routes are available throughout Juneau.
There are more miles of trails than roads in Juneau, with over 250 miles of trails.
Cabins are rentable through the Forest Service and Alaska State Parks for overnight adventures.
Boating, fishing and hunting are easily accessible.
Trail Runner named Juneau one of its “Top Towns of 2016.”
Juneau has active bicycling and running clubs as well as leagues for youth and adult baseball/softball, basketball, soccer, volleyball and ice hockey.
The city operates two indoor swimming pools and an ice arena.
Juneau ranks as the fifth best city in the US to raise outdoor kids, according to Backpacker Magazine.
Shooting sport venues include trap at the Juneau Gun Club and rifle/pistol at the Hank Harmon Rifle Range and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Education Indoor Range (ADF&G). Juneau also has multiple archery venues, including the Montana Creek range and the ADF&G.