There are a lot of similarities between Ketchikan and Prince Rupert—we’re sister cities, after all. Both of us are island communities located along Alaska’s beautiful Inside Passage. Both of us offer a panoply of outdoor activities, including sportfishing, wildlife viewing, kayaking, flightseeing, and others. There is one major difference: Ketchikan is in Alaska and Prince Rupert is in … Canada. But don’t let that stop you! It’s truly a beautiful place—and only a scenic six-hour ferry ride away from Ketchikan!

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