Tongass National Forest
Tongass National Forest is the largest national forest in the United States, spanning over 17 million acres.
The forest, located in Southeastern Alaska, was created by then-president Theodore Roosevelt and named after a clan of natives. The forest consists of over five million acres of wilderness, made up mostly of islands and rugged coastline.
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