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Ward Cove Tours

Ward Cove
Ward Cove is a bay located in Alexander Archipelago in southern Alaska, just a few miles outside British Columbia in Canada. The Ward Cove stream empties into the head of the cove, making it the outlet to many lakes found on Revillagigedo Island. Its rapid and relatively straight-coursed current made it an excellent location for a pulp mill back in the 1940s, when the paper industry was flourishing. It was used to process the timber from the Tongass National Forest into wood pulp.  The industry’s decline, however, led to the definitive closing of the mill in 1997, which is now being converted into a boatyard for the Alaska Marine highway. 
Address: Ward Cove, Alaska, USA

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