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Ketchikan Electric Bike and Rain Forest Hike Ecotour

Highlights
  • Explore Ketchikan with a bike and trek tour through the Alaskan rain forest
  • Ride along the trail to Tongass National Forest with an electric bike
  • Trek through the rain forest and explore the native wildlife of the area
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Ketchikan Electric Bike and Rain Forest Hike Ecotour
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Overview
Explore Ketchikan and its surroundings by a battery-powered electric bike on this ecotour. Head off from the marina along the paved bike path to the Tongass National Forest. Trek through the wilderness passing salmon-filled streams, a waterfall, and amazing views of the landscape filled with Alaskan wildlife.
What to Expect

Explore the lush Alaskan rain forest in this small-group tour with a maximum of six people, perfect for cruise ship passengers. Maximize your port time by combining multiple activities on this dual e-bike and hiking tour.

Using an electric bike, head along Ketchikan’s paved bike path to the trailhead. Electric bikes can cover more distance and are much more fun than traditional bicycles, making the journey much easier. This leaves you with plenty of energy for the hike through Tongass National Forest.

After mounting your bike, head into the lush rain forest of Southeast Alaska, which receives more than 200 inches (508 centimeters) of rain each year. Explore the flora and fauna of the area, including salmon filling the streams and deer roaming the forest. There’s even a chance to see porpoises, seals, sea lions, and even humpback whales from the beach on the way back to the port or your hotel.

Reviews (51)
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Reviewed October 6, 2018
Highly recommended!

My wife and I (70 & 69) took the small-group eBike and Rain Forest Walk in late September 2018. It was a wonderful tour, informative, easy-paced and beautiful, beautiful scenery. Our guide, Tim, was boundlessly enthusiastic, highly approachable, genuine in his love for the environment,...More

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Reviewed October 2, 2018
Easy ride and walk, enjoyable trip

Office opposite dock, top floor. All friendly staff and explained bikes etc, have gear to borrow and practice with bikes. Bike ride wasn't that long really on quiet roads. Walk in rain forest was on board walk mostly and easy, a few steps, but not...More

Thank JessChepstow
Reviewed October 1, 2018
Best Excursion of our Cruise!

My adult daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed this experience and Tim was the quintessential guide. There was only the two of us in our "group" but I think that provided us a more personal tour. The bikes were a blast (and yes, I do want...More

Thank Deb G
Reviewed September 30, 2018
A great e-bike and hike tour!

What a wonderful experience! Although we at first had some trepidation about riding e-bikes, Tim put us at ease with his careful and caring instruction. It was a blast, riding effortlessly over the hills towards the rainforest. And once there, Tim was a terrific teacher,...More

Thank Peter L
Reviewed September 26, 2018
Incredible tour and saw a black bear too!

This was the best decision we could have made. Devon and Tim were awesome. Patient, friendly, attentive and very informative. We left our cruise ship and easily found the KKC We are two couples in our 60s and had slight trepidation as we boarded the...More

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Flyer690635
October 24, 2018|
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Response from Andrew M | Reviewed this property |
Yes, it was about four hours and timed to fit into our ship's departure time.
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JessChepstow
August 7, 2018|
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Response from Robert L | Reviewed this property |
Depending upon when the ship departs that should be plenty of time. And you can call them to discus.
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JessChepstow
August 7, 2018|
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Response from Cindy B | Reviewed this property |
Jess, call the outfitter and speak to Devon Bittner. phone 907-225-1272. Should not be an issue having an hour. Devon and team will be monitoring the ships arrival. There are some docking points where it is a 10minute... More
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