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One more popular summer activity in Alaska is ziplining. Such speedy tracks are arranged in old rainforests, such as in Ketchikan or Tongass National Forest near Juneau, surrounded by high misty mountains. Enjoy the tall evergreen spruces, hemlocks, and cedars, eagles flying below you, and listen to the wild nature and fill your lungs with the fresh pine scent! Ziplines in Alaska run at least 40 m above the forest floor, so this activity is not for those who are afraid of heights. But these views are not to be missed! They are a great prize for overcoming your fear.