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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Center which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
image of the Wood River and the steep embankments that lead to it with fall colored trees
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Maps of Southwest Alaska
 
Katmain National Park and PreserveAniakchak National ParkUSFWSKodiak National Wildlife RefugeBecharoff National Wildlife RefugeAlaska Peninsula National Wildlife RefugeAleutian WWII National Historic Area
Southwest Alaska
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Click areas on the map to view links to the specific location

The southwest portion of Alaska has dozens of active volcanoes, deep water fisheries, and over 1000 miles of islands to the west not included on this map.





 
A sharp perspective shot of a steep hillside covered in fall foliage as it meets the flat surface of the the Yukon River, with low, dark mountains and an overcast sky in the background. Did You Know?
Of its 2,300 mile total length, 1,875 miles of the Yukon River flow through Alaska. In its watershed are 3 National Parks, 8 National Wildlife Refuges, and thousands of acres of Bureau of Land Management lands.