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Afognak Island
Easements

EASEMENT TYPES

25-Foot Trail: Uses allowed on a 25-foot wide trail easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, and small all-terrain vehicles (under 3,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight).

50-Foot Trail: Uses allowed on a 50-foot wide trail easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, small and large all-terrain vehicles, track vehicles, and four-wheel drive vehicles.

60-Foot Road: Uses allowed on a 60-foot wide road easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, small and large all-terrain vehicles, track vehicles, four-wheel drive vehicles, automobiles, and trucks.

One-Acre Site: Uses allowed on a one-acre site easement are vehicle parking (cars, trucks, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, boats, aircraft), and temporary camping, loading or unloading. Temporary camping, loading or unloading is limited to 24-hours.

EASEMENTS RESERVED

  • EIN 1-A
    A proposed trail running easterly from EIN 5 along the north shore of Afognak Lake to EIN 3. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 1-B
    A proposed trail running northwesterly from existing trail EIN 4-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 2
    A proposed trail running southerly from the head of Afognak Lake at site EIN 5. (25-foot trail).
  • EIN 3
    A proposed trail running northeasterly from EIN 1-A near the northwest corner of Afognak Lake. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 4
    An existing trail from Muskomee Bay at site EIN 24-B northeasterly to Afognak Lake at site EIN 5. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 5
    A site on the shore of Afognak Lake at the head of the lake. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 6
    A site on the shore of Malina Bay at the head of the bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 6c (Kazakof Bay - Discoverer Bay Road)
    A trail, on the existing road, from Kazakof Bay to Discoverer Bay.
  • EIN 6f
    A site on the south shore of Portage Lake. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 6i
    A proposed trail from site EIN 6f along the south shore of Portage Lake to trail EIN 27-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 20
    A proposed trail running east from trail EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 21
    A proposed trail running southerly from trail EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 22-A (Afognak Bay Road)
    A trail, on the existing road, running westerly from the head of Kazakof Bay.
  • EIN 22-B
    A proposed trail from Afognak Lake at site EIN 5 to Malka Bay at site EIN 31. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 22a
    A proposed trail running southerly from Malina Bay at site EIN 27a. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 23
    A site in a cove on the western shore of Kazakof Bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 23a
    A proposed trail running westerly from Kazakof Bay at site EIN 23. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 24-A
    A site on the north shore of Raspberry Strait near Waskanareska Bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 24a-A
    A proposed trail running easterly from Raspberry Strait at site EIN 24-A. (25-foot trail).
  • EIN 24-B
    A site on the shore of Muskomee Bay at the head of the bay. (one-acre site).
  • EIN 24a-B
    A trail running southeasterly from Muskomee Bay at site EIN 24-B. (25-foot
  • EIN 25
    A proposed trail running northerly from Raspberry Strait at site EIN 24-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 26
    A proposed trail running southerly from Afognak Bay Road EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 27-A
    An existing and proposed trail from Kazakof Bay - Discoverer Bay Road to Portage Lake and continuing northwesterly. (25-foot trail).
  • EIN 27-B
    A proposed trail from trail EIN 22-A to Malina Bay at site EIN 27a. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 27a
    A site on the south shore of Malina Bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 28
    A proposed trail near the head of Malina Bay running southwesterly from trail EIN 27-B. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 29
    A proposed trail running westerly from trail EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 31
    A site on the shore of Malka Bay at the head of the bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 33-A
    A proposed trail running northwesterly from trail EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 33-B
    A site on the east shore of Saposa Bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 34-A
    A proposed trail running northwesterly from Afognak Bay Road EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 34-B
    A proposed trail running northeasterly from Saposa Bay at site easement EIN 33-B. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 35
    An existing and proposed trail running westerly from Kitoi Bay at site EIN 35a. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 35a
    A site on the west shore of Kitoi Bay.
  • EIN 35c
    A site on the shores of Big Kitoi and Ruth lakes between the two lakes.
  • EIN 35d
    A site at the outlet of Little Kitoi Lake.
  • EIN 35e
    A proposed trail running northerly from EIN 35a, on Kitoi Bay, to EIN 35d. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 35f
    A site on the south shore of Little Afognak Lake.
  • EIN 36
    A proposed trail running easterly from EIN 38. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 37
    A proposed trial running northwesterly from trail EIN 29. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 38 (Kazakof Bay - Discoverer Bay Road)
    A trail, on the existing road, from Kazakof Bay to Discoverer Bay.
  • EIN 38a
    A site on the east shore of Kazakof Bay at the head of EIN 38. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 39
    A proposed trail running northwesterly from Afognak Bay Road EIN 22-A. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 40
    A site at the mouth of an unnamed stream on the marine coastline east of Afognak Bay. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 41
    A site on the north shore of Selezen Bay (one-acre site)
  • EIN 54
    A site on the left bank and near the old bridge crossing the Afognak River. (one-acre site)
  • EIN 54a
    A proposed trail running northerly from site EIN 54. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 54b
    A proposed trail running southerly from the southern shore of Afognak Lake. (25-foot trail)
  • EIN 55
    A site on the northeast end of Afognak Lake adjoining FAS 3810. (one-acre site)
  • FAS 3810
    A road easement 100 feet in width owned by the State of Alaska that runs from Rivermouth Point northwesterly to Hatchery River.

In addition Afognak Native Corporation has agreed to donate to the State of Alaska the following easements:

  • AK56
    A one-half acre site easement on the southern shore of Afognak Lake at the head of a proposed trail, EIN 54b.
  • AK57
    A foot trail portage easement around the falls, ten (10) feet in width and approximately two hundred and fifty (250) feet in length , located in Section 23, T.24S., R.22W., Seward Meridian, on the North (left) side of the Afognak River, beginning at a point above the water falls and terminating below the water falls at a safe point.
  • AK58
    A foot trail portage easement ten (10) feet wide and approximately twenty-five (25) feet long around the ADF&G weir.
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