In addition to the video above, I took some stills on my hike.
First one is low (actually rising) tide. Tidal range at the extreme can be 21'
Mountain range in the background is one of the most wild, uninhabited and even unexplored places on earth. From Juneau up to Haines there is nothing, but maybe a couple cabins along St. James Bay. On the other side of them is Glacier Bay National Park.
Next is a Muskeg meadow. Muskeg is an early peat bog in the making. It's like standing on a massive sponge. The trees are the only true pines that grow here and only grow in Muskeg. These stunted trees are 200-300 years old at least, and surrounded by 200' old growth spruce and hemlock.
At high tide, where I took this one is underwater.
Early season fisherman in a skiff doesn't seem intimidated by the huge wall of the Coastal/Boundary Ranges.