Misty Fjords National Monument is located in the Tongass National Forest, it encompasses 2.3 million acres surrounding Ketchikan and local communities. Misty Fjords has been a National Monument since 1978 and is home to some of Alaska's most spectacular scenery. Visitors enjoy pristine waters, endless evergreen forests, and a misty clouds covering towering cliffs.

Highlights of the area include pictographs (native rock art) painted along the cliff walls, New Eddystone Rock and Punchbowl Cove.

Misty Fjords is only accessible by plane or boat. Wildlife is plentiful and your visit may include views of bears, wild birds, mountain goats, seals, sea lions, and humpback and killer whales. You may also get to view an active eagle’s nest.

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