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Top Videos for Cruise Destination Ketchikan, AK–Created by Staff

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My Alaskan Adventure (in Ketchikan, AK)

This is a rundown of some of the things I've learned while living in Alaska. I also included a tour of Ketchikan, AK. I've worked at Ketchikan High School (kayhi) as an AmeriCorps VISTA.

Cruise Alaska 2011 - Day 6 - Ketchikan, Ak

Alaska Group Cruise July 2011 on the Carnival Spirit - Bus tour at Ketchikan, Totem poles, Salmon running, Waterfalls and the town itself - very scenic.

Ketchikan, Alaska

Recorded June 18, 2007. Ketchikan is the southeasternmost sizable city in the state of Alaska. With an estimated population of 7,368 in 2007, it is the fifth most populous city in the state. The city is known as the "Salmon Capital of the World." Ketchikan is named after Ketchikan Creek, which flows through the town.

Ketchikan Overview

An overview of vacationing in Ketchikan, Alaska.

Alaska Ketchikan Rainforest Zipline Expedition

A rainforest canopy and zipline expedition at Ketchikan Alaska during an afternoon excursion. This experience is one of the most interesting activities that one would want to try at least once in a lifetime.

Ketchikan Alaska

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Ketchikan, AK. Totem Bight Park tour

The first people of Alaska have carved totem poles as part of their culture. The meanings and interpretation of the poles are included. The house shown is built the way Tlingit and Haida people have built it to house many families in one roof. The Totem Pole is the part of the house architecture.

Ketchikan Alaska halibut fishing with Tina

For more go to - Tina Perkins gets a big one at Chinook Shores lodge in Ketchikan Alaska. - Ketchikan Alaska halibut fishing at Chinook Shores Alaska fishing lodge is awesome.


These photos were taken during 6 days of my 69 day, 1,250 mile, solo kayaking trip through the Inside Passage from Washington to Alaska. All photos are shown in chronological order as I paddled from south to north.