Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Old Growth Trees Are One Of The Oldest Living Things In America

Alaska’s old growth trees are a stunning representation of the history of our world. As one of the oldest living things in America, these beautiful trees dot the landscape of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. An important part of Southeast Alaska, these majestic trees are fascinating to learn about.

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If you want to see these beauties up close and personal, take This Breathtaking Trail That Leads You Through The Largest Old-Growth Forest In The U.S.

Address: Tongass National Forest, Alaska 99833, USA