Auke Lake

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Auke Lake

Auke Lake (Áak'w in Tlingit, literally 'little lake') is a 160-acre (0.65 km2) lake located in Auke Bay in Juneau, Alaska.

Dolly Varden, cutthroat, steelhead and four varieties of salmon all live in Auke Lake. The views of Mt. McGinnis and the Towers from the Glacier Hwy side of Auke Lake are one of the most photographed in Juneau and Alaska. Other claims to fame include the flamingo house and the Auke Lake Curling Club.


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Coordinates: 58°23′15″N 134°37′51″W / 58.38750°N 134.63083°W / 58.38750; -134.63083