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Craig Ranger District

Craig-Ranger-District

717 Kegan Lake Trail
12 mile from saltwater at head of Kegan Cove in Moira Sound to Kegan Lake. Easy hike along Kegan Creek. Featured in fishing magazines the Kegan Lake area is internationally acclaimed for steelhead, sockeye. and coho runs. The lake has a native rainbow population and excellent fishing.

736 One Duck Trail
1.25 mile trail. Trailhead located off the Hydaburg road 2.0 miles south of the intersection with the Hollis-Klawock Highway. Accesses a 3-sided Adirondack type shelter located at the edge of the alpine vegetation zone. Trail climbs 1,400 feet in 1.25 miles. Be prepared for a steep climb! The trail provides for outstanding panoramic views of the Klawock Mountains and the surrounding area. Deer and black bear are common and in heavy snow years the area is popular for cross country skiing.

737 Trocadero Trail
1.3 mile trail. Trailhead located off the Hydaburg Road 9.0 miles south of the intersection with the Hollis-Klawock Highway. Trail descends to the west and ends at Snipe Creek. After fording the creek (no bridge), an unmaintained path can be followed to the estuary at Trocadero Bay.

741 Soda Lake Trail
2 5 mile Iail. Trailhead located off the Hydaburg road 12.0 miles south of the intersection with the Hollis-Klawock Highway. The trail heads west through a muskeg and ends at Soda Lake.

775 Harris River Trail
1.3 mile trail. Trailhead located off Hollis-Klawock Highway 2.0 miles east of the Hydaburg turnoff. Trail descends to the south side of the road and ends along the Harris River. The Harris River is a large river with excellent wildlife viewing opportunities and good salmon, steelhead, and trout fishing.

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