Tongass National Forest

With 16.7 million acres, the Tongass National Forest is the biggest in the United States and the largest surviving temperate rainforest on Earth.

Misty Fjords National Monument

The Misty Fjords National Monument is renowned for its 3,000ft-high sheer cliffs, deep fjords, glacier-carved valleys, and distinctive geological characteristics.

Alaska Canopy Adventures

The Tongass National Forest provides the backdrop for some incredible ziplining excursions, and this Alaska Zipline Tour in Juneau tops the list.

Potlatch Totem Park

The park, which was constructed on the former Tlingit Native fishing grounds, is home to some of the best native artwork in existence.

Ketchikan Kayaking

One of the busiest cruise ports in Alaska, Ketchikan is well known for its salmon fishing, wildlife, and native culture.

Deer Mountain Trail

In Rocky Mountain National Park, one of the shorter walks that gives a spectacular mountain perspective is Deer Mountain.

Creek Street

Creek Street, a wooden walkway of brightly painted structures hanging on pilings perched above Ketchikan Creek, is one of Ketchikan's main tourist destinations.

Totem Heritage Center

In 1976, the Totem Heritage Center, a historical and cultural institution, was established in Ketchikan, Alaska. The City of Ketchikan manages the Center.

Ketchikan ATV Tours

On this hybrid eco-tour, pedal an electric bike to the end of the "road to nothing" in Ketchikan before hiking through a wildlife-rich rain forest.