Chugach National Forest

The 6,908,540 acres of national forest—a little larger than New Hampshire—stretch across the Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral region, from southeast of Cordova to northwest of Seward. The diverse geography here includes the shorelines, glaciers, forests, and rivers of the Copper River delta, the Eastern Kenai Peninsula, and Prince William Sound.

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