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    Default 2009 Remote Land Staking Program

    The new brochure for this year's program is out.

    http://dnr.alaska.gov/mlw/landsale/r...2009/index.cfm

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    Default Cross the Chena

    Anyone have knowledge of how to get an ATV across the Chena to the land stake area (after the River breaks up)?

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    Um, you may need to get someone who has an airplane to do photo's and then land so you can stake it.

    I wouldn't try doing it via an ATV. Good Luck!

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    Anyone have knowledge of how to get an ATV across the Chena to the land stake area (after the River breaks up)?
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    Default Chena?

    The Chena would not have to be crossed to access any of those staking areas. Access information is provided in the staking area summaries and base appraisal reports.

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    Maybe it was last years that was South of Chena Hot Springs road, yep don't need to cross the Chena to get to these.

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    Looks like a cool area, I think you can access it via ATV? I wonder what the timber is like up there for a cabin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upinak View Post
    Um, you may need to get someone who has an airplane to do photo's and then land so you can stake it.

    I wouldn't try doing it via an ATV. Good Luck!
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    Pretty small trees I think.

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    well i cant pull it up.. but if it is back behind the chena area at all... it was burned bad in the boundry fire.
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