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Imagine hiking into an area in Ketchikan accessible only on foot; traversing a gentle mountain slope. Walk on Ward Creek Trail, lined by old growth spruce and hemlock. Hear the rushing waters while becoming familiar with the Tongass Forest.
A delightful eight-mile coastal drive takes you to the exclusive Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary, a private reserve located in the forested mountains at rustic Herring Cove. This pristine natural environment is home to bald eagles, black bear, seals, a variety of birds and other species attracted by the major salmon runs in the abundant marine estuary. In addition to wildlife viewing opportunities, this tour enables you to see and photograph live eagles up close, interact with reindeer, and to observe a master native totem pole carver at work. If you like nature, you will love this tour!
See abundant eagles, 10 eagles nests, Totem Bight State Park, Vallenar Rocks Wildlife Viewing Area and historic Guard Island Lighthouse. season. See Tongass National Forest, historic Ward Cove Cannery, Loggerville, "Floating Ghost Town of Alaska" and Totem Bight State Park.
Hours: 3 hours
After boarding your fully equipped fishing boats that are between 26 to 38 feet. Your experienced skipper will take you to where the fishing is at its best. The serene, cold waters off Ketchikan, known as the "Salmon Capital of the World", abound in five varieties of North Pacific salmon.
Kids 5-16 are welcome and do not need a license
Get ready for the thrill of a lifetime with the adrenaline packed Alaska Canopy Adventure above Ketchikan's rain forest. You'll be transported up the steep hillside aboard a Unimog 4 x 4 all terrain vehicle. Its here you'll learn the art of zipping and before you know it, you've got a bird's eye view of the forest canopy! This high wire adventure includes a suspension bridge and seven dual ziplines - the longest almost a thousand feet. By the end of the high wire adventure you'll be wishing there was at least one more platform and one more "zip."
Travel by floatplane to one of the finest bear-viewing venues in Alaska. Be escorted by an experienced Alaskan Naturalist and Bear Guide approximately 0.5 miles to an observation platform. Although bear sightings are likely, they cannot be guaranteed. Tour includes an approximately 45 minute flight and 60 minutes at the viewing platform.