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Did you know...theTongass National Forest is the LARGEST national forest in the U.S?
Often called Alaska’s first city, Ketchikan is the first port of call for visitors traveling north by cruise or ferry on the famed Inside Passage.
The forests and scenery are kept a vivid green, thanks to an average of 162 inches of precipitation a year. Experience the spectacular beauty of this lush rainforest up close with a zip line adventure through the treetops.
Outdoor activities such as canoeing, hiking and Jeep safari's abound in Misty Fjords National Monument and the Tongass National Forest. Fishermen enjoy a visit to the "Salmon Capital of the World". Cultural visitors appreciate views of the largest collection of totem poles in the world!
Insider tip: Visitors traveling to Ketchikan by plane, will actually land on Gravina Island and take a short ferry from the airport to town.