Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, 1931. The Moose Pass-Hope District, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

@inproceedings{Tuck1933InvestigationsIA,
  title={Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, 1931. The Moose Pass-Hope District, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska},
  author={Ralph Tuck},
  year={1933}
}
  • Ralph Tuck
  • Published 1933
  • Geography
  • The Moose Pass-Hope district lies in the Chugach Mountains, in the northern part of the Kenai Peninsula, directly adjacent to the Alaska Railroad and to Turnagain Arm. More than 60 miles of well-constructed roads within the district make it one of the most accessible mining areas in the railroad belt. The topography is typical of the Chugach Mountains, the elevation ranging from sea level to more than 5,000 feet. Vegetation is heavy along the streams, and the timber line is around 2,000 feet… CONTINUE READING

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