Thank you for stopping by. This was one of the scenic drives we took in Alaska.
We will be sharing more of beautiful Alaska over the next few months.
Jason has been contracted till February 2022.
Please stay Safe, Happy & Healthy
The Chugach National Forest is a 6,908,540-acre United States National Forest in south central Alaska. Covering portions of Prince William Sound, the Kenai Peninsula and the Copper River Delta, it was formed in 1907 from part of a larger forest reserve. Wikipedia
This vast landscape features almost every geographic zone found in Alaska—rain forests, coastal inlets, boreal woods and immense wetlands. Its 20 tidewater glaciers emerge from a snowbound coastal range with some peaks rising two miles high. Alaska Destination Website