Blue Lake Shelter, AK

US Forest Service

Blue Lake Shelter

This is a simple style 10' X 10' A-Frame design shelter that was built in 2003. It has sleeping space for 3 to 4 people. There is a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding alpine and mountains...[more]



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The shelter is situated in a high alpine setting. It is accessible by hiking 5 miles up the Deer Mountain National Recreation Trail from the trailhead parking area, or approximately 6 miles from downtown Ketchikan. Refer to: USGS map Ketchikan B-5.

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