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All reviews million acres ward lake old growth beautiful trees enjoying nature small hike elevation gain hour hike beautiful place to visit salmon sitka spruce banana slugs beautiful hike visitor center trail head flora and fauna southeast alaska
We had a Tongass Rainforest Hiking Expedition shore excursion through Royal Caribbean and a driver brought us to a guide that guided us on a couple of trails near Ward Lake. We were warned of what to do if we saw any bears, but never...More
Did rain bird trail hike while in port on an Alaskan cruise with by two teenage daughters. Would rate hike as moderate. Very beautiful views of port from peak. Took approximately 45 minutes. Took a taxi to the trail head as we had very limited...More
We visited the Mendenhall Glacier National Park as part of the Tongass National Forest. It is great for everyone, especially families. The visitor center has exhibits and presentations for all ages. The walks are carefully groomed and the boardwalks are in good repair and give...More
Nature at it’s best! Beautiful plant life...Green and lush. Tranquil and peaceful place to visit. We went from the ship and only had a limited amount of time to spend here but you could spend days in this National Forest Wilderness.
We did the Rainforest Canoe and Nature Walk excursion (see other review), but we also visited the Tongass NF Visitor Center in downtown Ketchikan. Friendly staff and very interesting displays of the natural and human history of the area, including geological and biological (flora and...More
Response from NJRoamer75 | Reviewed this property |
Ketchikan is an island, so you'd have to take that into account.
I would find a hiking partner for your time there, even if they only went with you for the day hikes, not necessarily for 24/7 if you want some alone time.