Misty Fiords National Monument
2.3 million acres of undeveloped wild land on the mainland and adjoining islands of southern Southeast Alaska. Almost all designated Wilderness, encompassing 3000 foot granite cliffs, fiords, spectacular waterfalls, grizzly bears, moose, orcas, bald eagles, salmon, lava flows, and country about as wild, primitive, and unexplored as any in the U.S.
Accessible only by boat or floatplane, from Ketchikan Alaska. Several commercial outfitters/guides available.www.hobogrill.org