Fodor's Expert Review Admiralty Island National Monument

Admirality Island Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

The Forest Service's Admiralty Island National Monument has a canoe route that crosses the island via a chain of lakes and trails, and some of the region's best sea kayaking and sportfishing happens here. The area is said to have the world's highest density of nesting bald eagles, and there are large concentrations of humpback whales. Fourteen public-use cabins are available for overnight stays.

Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

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Admiralty Island
Juneau, Alaska  99801, USA

www.fs.usda.gov/recmain/tongass/recreation

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