The Begich, Boggs Visitor Center
Built atop sediment left behind by a glacier, the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center offers a unique opportunity to learn about the Chugach National Forest, America's second-largest single national forest.
With its award-winning exhibits, educational presentations, the film "Retreat and Renewal: Stories from Alaska's Chugach National Forest" and interpretive services visitors are sure to have a memorable visit.
The center is nestled among the Chugach Mountains, 50 miles south of Anchorage, on the northwest shore of Portage Lake. From here visitors can also take a one-hour glacier cruise to see Alaska's famous Portage Glacier.
If you need transportation to the above tour please consider using the Turnagain Arm Shuttle.
The Turnagain Arm Shuttle is the region's largest transportation service providing visitors with an affordable way to access adventures along Turnagain Arm. Plan your trip ahead by visiting turnagainshuttle.com. Activities are an extra charge based on what you decide to see and do along the way.