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Alaska contains 17 percent of all U.S. Forest Service lands and contains the two largest forests in the nation. The Tongass National Forest stretches over the 500-mile-long Southeast Alaska Panhandle and covers over 80 percent of that land. The Chugach National Forest makes a 210-mile arc around Prince William Sound.

Alaska contains 17 percent of all U.S. Forest Service lands and contains the two largest forests in the nation. The Tongass National Forest stretches over the 500-mile-long Southeast Alaska Panhandle and covers over 80 percent of that land. The Chugach National Forest makes a 210-mile arc around Prince William Sound.

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Picture of Alaska - Chugach National Forest
Alaska - Chugach National Forest
Welcome to the Chugach, America's most northerly national forest. This stunning landscape stretches across southcentral Alaska, from the salty waters and snowy peaks of Prince William Sound to the fabulous salmon and trout streams of the Kenai Peninsula, covering an area the size of New Hampshire. It is one of the few places left in the world where glaciers still grind valleys into the hard rock of the earth.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest
Alaska - Tongass National Forest
Welcome to the Tongass National Forest - America's largest, wettest and wildest. Southeast Alaska is a land shaped by fire, ice, and water. The region's geologic history, young soils "growing" after retreating glaciers left scoured rock, and the cool, wet climate have produced the Tongass of today: where water could drain, a land with towering trees, where water was trapped, stunted plants in the peat; a land of ice fields, bare rock, alpine meadows, and vast temperate rain forest.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Chichagof Island & Hoonah Area
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Chichagof Island & Hoonah Area
Chichagof Island, the second largest island in Southeast Alaska, covers around 2,100 square miles from seaside estuaries to alpine mountain peaks. It is home to a large population of brown (Grizzly) bears, countless bald eagles; and five species of salmon. It has over 200 miles of driveable roads, most connected to Hoonah, the island's largest community at almost 900 inhabitants. The roads were designed and built for timber harvest. Many are still used for this purpose. They also provide access for fishing, hunting, sightseeing, photography, picnicking, and other outdoor activities.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Prince of Wales Island
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Prince of Wales Island
Welcome to Prince of Wales Island, the third largest island in the United States of America. Only Kodiak Island and the Big Island of Hawaii are larger in area. Price of Wales Island is at the southern end of Southeast Alaska. The Prince of Wales Archipelago, named in 1793 by Captain George Vancouver, includes the main island and hundreds of adjacent islands � a total of more than 2,600 square miles, with at least 990 miles of coastline. Prince of Wales Island is 135 miles long and 45 miles across at its widest.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Tracy Arm-Ford's Terror Wilderness & Chuck River Wilderness
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Tracy Arm-Ford's Terror Wilderness & Chuck River Wilderness
In this area, visitors may behold primordial time itself. Glacier remind us of an Ice Age that began more than a million years ago. Across the millennia this condensed ice flowed down from the mountains, grinding granite rock into flour. Today the glacier calve icebergs into the sea and as they retreat, the centuries-old dramatic fjords they have sculpted are unveiled. The fjords of Tracy Arm and Endicott Arm comprise a primeval sanctuary where the ageless cycles of rock and ice, and seals and eagles expand our perceptions of wilderness.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Wrangell Ranger District
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Wrangell Ranger District
Wrangell Island is situated amidst the temperate rainforest-covered islands of the Alexander Archipelago. The Town of Wrangell is located on the northern tip of Wrangell Island, six miles south of the mouth of the Stikine River. The Wrangell Ranger District includes Wrangell, Zarembo, and Etolin islands and groups of smaller islands and accompanying mainland. This part of the coastline and steep mountains of the Alaska panhandle is 155 miles south of the state capital in Juneau. We invite you to explore the culturally diverse and recreationally rich wonders of this remote and wild area.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Yakutat Ranger District
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Yakutat Ranger District
Nestled between the St Elias Mountains and Wrangell Mountains, systems of glaciers, the Gulf of Alaska, and Yakutat Bay, the Yakutat Ranger District marks the northern edge of the Tongass National Forest.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Mitkof Island Road Guide
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Mitkof Island Road Guide
Mitkof Island is an island in the Alexander Archipelago in southeast Alaska, at 56°40' N 132°47' W. between Kupreanof Island to the west and the Alaska mainland to the east. It is about 16 km (10 miles) long and 27 km (17 miles) wide and has a land area of 539.7 km² (208.38 sq mi). The island is relatively flat with numerous muskegs. The highest point is Crystal Mountain (3,317 feet). The city of Petersburg is on the north end of the island.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Juneau Ranger District - Juneau Area Trails Guide
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Juneau Ranger District - Juneau Area Trails Guide
With more than 100 miles of trails, many within minutes of downtown, Juneau is the place to literally "take a hike." Trails range from being fairly flat and wide and accessible by wheelchairs and strollers to strenuous uphill paths for serious hikers. Although the weather can be a challenge, the trails around Juneau provide a window into the rugged rainforests in Southeast Alaska.
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Picture of Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Juneau Ranger District - Juneau Icefield
Alaska - Tongass National Forest - Juneau Ranger District - Juneau Icefield
Embark on a trip back in time during a visit to the Juneau Icefield. Located in the Coast Mountain Range, North American's fifth largest icefield blankets over 1,500 square miles of land, and streches nearly 100 miles north to south and 45 miles east and west. This is an excellent educational resource that will tell you all about the icefields and give you a birds eye view, in case you can't get above the mountain peaks, to see the vastness of the area. This product is folded and can be carried with you while you explore the Icefields.
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