Murphy’s Pullout is located in Ketchikan, Alaska, nestled at the southernmost entrance to Alaska’s Inside Passage. Ketchikan offers visitors unmatched salmon fishing, vast natural wonders, and rich Native culture.
Unspoiled natural beauty surrounds Ketchikan. Located within the Tongass National Forest, Ketchikan is home to bears, wolves, eagles, and more. And that’s only the creatures that live on land! Below the water visitors may glimpse orca whales, sea lions and porpoises. Various tours are available to help you spot that elusive nature-dweller.
A jet charter airport in Murphy’s Pullout is a great option for travellers looking to take in the Misty Fjords National Monument. Stand in awe as you take in granite fjords soaring 3,000 feet above sea level. Waterfalls are found throughout Misty Fjords, and help to feed the thick rainforest that grows there. Charter flights allow visitors to see the expanse of Misty Fjords from the sky, and take in the momentous landscape.
Ketchikan is home to the largest number of totem poles in Alaska. Native Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian artists use surrounding resources to create exceptional, cultural pieces. Cedar logs are used to create soaring totem poles while the bark is woven in traditional baskets.
“The Salmon Capital of the World” guarantees quality fishing for any level of angler. King salmon, halibut and red snappers abound. Fishing enthusiasts can hire knowledgeable guides who can help them navigate the open sea. Experienced fishers may choose to hire a boat and explore the area themselves.