Chugach National Forest
Chugach National Forest encompasses three diverse geographical regions: Copper River Delta, Prince William Sound, and the Kenai Peninsula. Within its boundaries lie the northernmost coastal temperate rainforest and North America’s largest contiguous wetland. Glaciers and forests surround cobalt blue waters teeming with awe-inspiring marine life, pristine streams and lakes are home to bountiful wild populations of salmon, forested woodlands provide shelter and food for diverse wildlife. In addition to the immense beauty and rich culture and history of the area, it is a sportsman’s paradise. Opportunities for enjoying primitive cabins, campgrounds, hiking, biking, and winter sports abound.