Juneau’s Hidden History is a hiking group that organizes adventures into old mines, ice caves, and other historic Alaska destinations.
Palmer resident Adam Christiansen documented carbide drawings left behind on the tunnels in Hatcher Pass mines.
A Yup’ik college student discovered an environmentally friendly way to use microbes to extract valuable rare earth elements.
The historic Ester Gold Camp was built in 1936 by the F.E. Company to house hundreds of workers needed for gold mining operations in the area. The abandoned gold camp includes a hotel, restaurant, mercantile, saloon and ticket office.