Outdoors
OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly Designated as a National Monument in 1978, Misty Fjords offers two million acres of wilderness to explore within the Tongass National Forest. Its dramatic steep rocky cliffs, lush green trees and abundant fresh and saltwater habitats make the perfect backdrop for an a wide variety of wildlife but the ancient rocks formed by glaciers and a famous volcanic plug called New Eddystone Rock are the real stars of the show.

Travelbug: Trip to Misty Fjords

A man takes a close look of the rocks at Punchbowl Cove.
Photo By Charlotte Glover
A man takes a close look of the rocks at Punchbowl Cove.
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