Admiralty Island National Monument - Tourism Sites
By Sarah Lane
Jan 31, 2005, 15:59

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Admiralty Island National Monument - Tourism Sites

Whether you plan on visiting Alaska soon or are just browsing to learn more about the beauty of this wilderness, these tourism sites will surely help you in your quest.

Tongass National Forest

If it’s recreation you want, you’ll find plenty of it here. Find out why Pack Creek is the best place to view Alaska’s brown bears, or learn more about the fisheries in the area. Explore the community of Angoon and more!
Source:       USDA

Online Highways
Find out the best ways by land or by plane to reach Admiralty Island National Monument!
Source:       Online Hwys.

Kootznoowoo Wilderness
Get general information about Admiralty Island and the Kootznoowoo Wilderness, and learn about the area's accessibility, remote wilderness cabins, kayaking, canoeing, camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, wildlife, and climate.
Source:       Vacation Sites Inc.

What’s near Admiralty Island? Explore Denali National Park, as well as Juneau with this link to National Geographic.
Source:       National Geographic Society

Alaska Public Lands
Get a description of the National Monument, directions for visiting, access to maps and recreational opportunities.
Source:       RiderWeb, Inc.

Park Search

Get the necessary addresses, phone numbers, and visitor's information before you start your journey up north.
Source:       L.L. Bean

***Special Link***
Do you know all about Admiralty National Monument? Would you like to work in the 955,000 acres of wilderness in southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest? Here’s your chance!
      Cool Works

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