Frenchy Ridge Shelter, AK

US Forest Service

Frenchy Ridge Shelter

The Frenchy Ridge Shelter is a 12' x 16' three-sided Adirondack-style shelter, with expansive muskeg and forested views.



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Drive south from Petersburg on the Mitkof Highway for approximately 10.5 miles. Take a left onto the Three Lakes Loop Road and after approximately 3 miles, take another left onto the NFS 6204 road. Yet another left on the NFS 6208 road takes you to an undeveloped parking area. The shelter is a short hike through muskeg and woods.

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