Ketchikan Walking Tours

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Walking Tours

You’ll learn about the inter­de­pen­den­cy of the ani­mals and plants of the area while enjoy­ing the qui­et and seren­i­ty of hik­ing trails in the Ton­gass Nation­al For­est that few vis­i­tors get to see. 

When you wan­der with him through down­town Ketchikan, you get the Native per­spec­tive on the town, its evo­lu­tion, eco­nom­ics, and how Natives both influ­enced and were affect­ed by it. 

Just out­side Ketchikan, the Alas­ka Rain­for­est Sanc­tu­ary promis­es a close-up view of old-growth for­est, salmon habi­tat, an his­toric lum­ber mill, totem carv­ing, rap­tor exhibits, and chances to see black bear and oth­er wildlife – all in under 3 hours! There’s no bet­ter intro­duc­tion to Alaska’s South­east than this show­case of ecol­o­gy, wildlife, his­to­ry and Native culture.

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