Engaging Getaways and Venues for:
If you have time, ride the funicular down the hillside into town and check out some of the local history and color. Ketchikan is a fascinating mix of people passing through on their way to somewhere else and the blue-collar residents who entertain them, outfit them and get them where they’re going – shopkeepers, service workers, tour operators, pilots, etc. Truly a unique place.
The property supplies ocean kayaks and canoes for guests who want to do a little whale-watching in the cove. There are also some hiking trails that run around the shoreline, or you can just grab a seat down on the dock and watch the wildlife.
The 52-acre property sits in the middle of the Tongass National Forest and offers an array of walking trails, especially the 1-mile hike to the resort’s namesake waterfall. Keep an eye out for black bears, bald eagles, minks, herons, black-tailed deer and more.