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With the exception of the cities and towns themselves, the majority of Alaska’s Inside Passage is part of the Tongass National Forest. As your ferry journey takes you north along the coast, the towering spruce trees, waterfalls, mountains and creeks that flow into the ocean are all part of it. The Tongass, a temperate rainforest, is an important part of the survival and reproduction of salmon, which you will no doubt have plenty of opportunities to enjoy at each stop!
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