Alaska's First City, Ketchikan, located about 500 miles northwest of Seattle, is a small town with a population of about 15,000 and still the fourth largest city in Alaska.
The Ketchikan port is a popular stop for cruise ships, and the town has a historic center that is nice to walk through. Main city attractions include Totem Heritage Center and the Saxman Totem Park, both displays large collections of totem poles.
The major attraction in the vicinity of Ketchikan is Misty Fiords National Monument, about 20 miles east of town. With 2.3 million acres of deep fjords flanked by three thousand feet tall walls, the monument is one of the most inspiring sights in Alaska.
Hotels in Ketchikan are located along the two-mile long town main street that runs along the waterfront.
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The WestCoast Cape Fox Lodge is located within the heart of the Tongass National Forest. A scenic tram ride links the lodge and downtown, 130 feet below, 3 blocks from the court house, 1 block from the federal building, and neighbors with the Ted Ferry Civic Center.