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Dickerson Regan Excursion Inlet/Monument Point Wilderness Easement

Monument Point

Lucy, Adam and Mike on the beach

Visible along the southeastern boundary of Glacier Bay National Park stands 91-acres of coastal frontage in Excursion Inlet. Located on a broad alluvial fan within a narrow corridor of peaks, this parcel provides superb wildlife habitat in forested open areas. Wildlife such as brown bear, black bear, wolf, coyote, moose, mink, and bald eagles have been known to frequent the area.

Donated in February of 2001 by the estate of William Dickerson Regan, this easement also provides for a protective barrier surrounding historic structures and a native cemetery. Under the terms of the easement a short path extends from tidewater to the cemetery to provide access for the Hoonah Tlingits.

Dickerson Regan Excursion Inlet

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