The U.S. is characterized by its marvelous forests and stretches of greenery. Yet there’s one magical forest hiding in Alaska that may just top them all. Tongass National Forest measures in at an astounding 16.5 million acres and is home to trees that have lived for over 700 years. Take a look at the following photos of the largest national forest in the entire U.S.

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For more information about Tongass National Forest, including maps, trail guides, and important details, be sure to visit the official website here. For related content, you’ll love reading about This Hidden Spot In The U.S. You Didn’t Know Existed.

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