Misty Fjords has been a National Monument since 1978 and sits in the middle of the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska. The area is beautiful--granite cliffs soaring towards the sky, and misty clouds covering the surrounding lush rain forest. Wildlife is plentiful, and the water is peaceful. The only distractions in Misty Fjords are the numerous flight-seeing planes, which sound like huge mosquitoes as they buzz about.
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