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A historic boardwalk that goes along Ketchikan Creek.

Creek Street is a historic boardwalk that is on the bank of Ketchikan Creek.  You can take a stroll along the boardwalk and venture over to the Salmon Ladder Vista, to see loads of salmon working hard to go upstream.  If you are luck, you might be able to see the creek swarming with salmon trying to leap vertically up a waterfall.  There are many places to taste or buy salmon in all forms here.

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