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Tongass National Forest - Chichagof Island & Hoonah Area
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Year - 2008

Scale - 1:126,720

Topo Lines - Yes, Contour Interval 500'

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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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