9:00 - 660.1 mile / 22 de ore - 20:00
Ketchikan is the "Gateway to Alaska" and salmon capital of the
state. The community is known for its historic Creek Street
district and timber industry.
20:00 - 0 mile / 0 - 9:00
Tongass National Forest
The Tongass is part of North America's largest temperate rainforest which extends from British Columbia northward along the coast of Alaska. A few of the noteworthy points of interest within the Tongass include Admiralty Island National Monument, home to the highest population of brown bears in North America, and the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center outside Juneau.
9:00 - 1194.0 mile / 39 de ore 48 de minute - 15:48
Five different glaciers are located near Valdez: Columbia, Meares, Shoup, Valdez, and Worthington. Along with a variety of different tours focused on the wildlife of the area, travelers see glaciers calving into the see surrounded by special ecosystems containing sea otters, orcas, sea lions, humpback whales, porpoises, and seals.
15:48 - 1356.4 mile / 45 de ore 12 minute - 17:01
Alaska's Marine Highway - end