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Council of the Clans, Cape Fox Lodge

Cape Fox Lodge

Ketchikan, The USA

Centrally located above downtown Ketchikan, Cape Fox Lodge boasts superb views over the Tongass Narrows and the snow-capped Deer Mountain. Located on Cape Fox Hill, a tramway connects the lodge with historic Creek Street below.

The lodge offers spacious and modern rooms and suites with either water or mountain views. Inside, the lodge has a cosy ambience with charming stone fireplaces, cedar timbers and a priceless collection of native Alaskan artefacts. Outside, guests are greeted by a gathering of totem poles known as the "Council of the Clans" all framed perfectly with the mountain range backdrop.

Nearby many of the town's attractions such as Creek Street, the Salmon Ladder, Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery and the Totem Heritage Center, are just a short stroll away.

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