One of the best excursions in Ketchikan Alaska for exploring Native Alaskan history, culture, and art, a visit to famed Totem Bight State Park is a must. On this relaxing four-hour excursion, you’ll not only tour the 11-acre park and explore its series of ancient totem poles and colorful rainforest-surrounded Clan House, but you’ll also have the opportunity to board a 37-foot, 20-passenger Native-style canoe for a gentle paddle on the tranquil waters of Lake Harriet Hunt, a pristine mountain lake surrounded by dense forest. You’ll then enjoy a gorgeous nature walk through the forest to a cook camp where you’ll be served a delicious snack of smoked salmon and clam chowder.
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4 Hours Duration
From pick-up to drop-off
Two Activities in One
Canoe paddle and nature hike
Explore Alaskan Culture
Learn from experts about Native history
Includes smoked salmon and chowder