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Title 36Chapter IPart 13


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER I—NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 13—NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM UNITS IN ALASKA

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Subpart A—ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

§13.1
Definitions.
§13.2
Applicability and scope.
§13.4
Information collection.
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Subpart B—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§13.20
Obstruction of airstrips.
§13.25
Camping.
§13.26
Picnicking.
§13.30
Weapons, traps and nets.
§13.35
Preservation of natural features.
§13.40
Taking of fish and wildlife.
§13.45
Unattended or abandoned property.
§13.50
Closure procedures.
§13.55
Permits.
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Subpart C—CABINS

Administrative Provisions

§13.100
Purpose and policy.
§13.102
Applicability.
§13.104
Definitions.

General Provisions

§13.108
Permit application procedures.
§13.110
Notice and comment on proposed permit.
§13.112
Permit revocation.
§13.114
Appeal procedures.
§13.116
Permittee's interest.
§13.118
Cabin site compatibility.
§13.120
Access.
§13.122
Abandonment.
§13.124
Emergency use.
§13.126
Authorized cabin use and occupancy.
§13.130
New cabins and other structures otherwise authorized.

Cabin Use—Leases or Permits in Effect on December 2, 1980

§13.136
Use and/or occupancy pursuant to a valid existing lease or permit.
§13.138
Renewal.
§13.140
Denial of renewal.
§13.142
Transfer.

Cabin Use—Cabin Not Under Valid Lease or Permit as of December 1, 1978

§13.144
Use and occupancy of a cabin prior to December 18, 1973.
§13.146
Use and occupancy of a cabin between December 18, 1973 and December 1, 1978.
§13.148
Permit application.
§13.149
Permit application deadline.

Cabin Use for Commercial Fishing Activities

§13.150
Use for authorized commercial fishing activities.

Cabin Use for Subsistence Purposes

§13.160
Use of cabins for subsistence purposes.
§13.161
Permit application.
§13.162
Permit issuance.
§13.164
Permit terms.
§13.166
Temporary facilities.
§13.168
Shared use.

Public Use Cabins

§13.170
General public use cabins.
§13.172
Management of public use cabins.
§13.176
Cabins in wilderness areas.

Use of Temporary Facilities Related to Taking Fish and Wildlife

§13.182
Temporary facilities.
§13.184
Permit application.
§13.186
Permit issuance.
§13.188
Permit terms.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—SPECIAL VISITOR SERVICES

§13.300
Applicability and scope.
§13.305
Definitions.
§13.310
Historical operators.
§13.315
Preferred operators.
§13.320
Preference to Cook Inlet Region, Incorporated.
§13.325
Most directly affected Native Corporation.
§13.330
Appeal procedures.
§13.335
Information collection.
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Subpart F—SUBSISTENCE

§13.400
Purpose and policy.
§13.410
Applicability.
§13.420
Definitions.
§13.430
Determination of resident zones.
§13.440
Subsistence permits for persons whose primary, permanent home is outside a resident zone.
§13.450
Prohibition of aircraft use.
§13.460
Use of snowmobiles, motorboats, dog teams, and other means of surface transportation traditionally employed by local rural residents engaged in subsistence uses.
§13.470
Subsistence fishing.
§13.480
Subsistence hunting and trapping.
§13.485
Subsistence use of timber and plant material.
§13.490
Closure to subsistence uses of fish and wildlife.
§13.495
Application procedures for subsistence permits and aircraft exceptions.
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Subpart G—[RESERVED]

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Subpart H—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—ALAGNAK WILD RIVER

§13.550
Wildlife distance conditions.
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Subpart I—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—ANIAKCHAK NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE

§13.602
Subsistence resident zone.
§13.604
Wildlife distance conditions.
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Subpart J—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—BERING LAND BRIDGE NATIONAL PRESERVE

§13.702
Off-Road Vehicles.
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Subpart K—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—CAPE KRUSENSTERN NATIONAL MONUMENT

§13.802
Subsistence resident zone.
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Subpart L—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

General Provisions

§13.902
Subsistence resident zone.
§13.903
Subsistence use of off-road vehicles.
§13.904
Camping.
§13.905
Group size.
§13.906
Unattended or abandoned property.
§13.908
Fishing limit of catch and in possession.
§13.910
Mountain climbing.
§13.912
Kantishna area summer season firearm safety zone.
§13.914
Bicycle use.
§13.916
Use of roller skates, skateboards, roller skis, in-line skates, and similar devices.
§13.918
Sable Pass Wildlife Viewing Area.
§13.920
Wildlife distance conditions.

Motor Vehicle Permits

§13.930
Do I need a permit to operate a motor vehicle on the Denali Park road west of the Savage River?
§13.932
How many permits will be issued each summer?
§13.934
How will the superintendent manage the permit program?
§13.936
What is prohibited?

Snowmachine (Snowmobile) Operations

§13.950
What is the definition of a traditional activity for which Section 1110(a) of ANILCA permits snowmachines to be used in the former Mt. McKinley National Park (Old Park) portion of Denali National Park and Preserve?
§13.952
May a snowmachine be used in that portion of the park formerly known as Mt. McKinley National Park (Old Park)?
§13.954
Where can I operate a snowmachine in Denali National Park and Preserve?
§13.956
What types of snowmachines are allowed?
§13.958
What other regulations apply to snowmachine use?
§13.960
Who determines when there is adequate snow cover?
§13.962
Does the Superintendent have other regulatory authority?

Frontcountry Developed Area (FDA)

§13.970
Frontcountry Developed Area definition.
§13.972
Camping from April 15 through September 30.
§13.974
Camping from October 1 through April 14.
§13.976
Fire.
§13.978
Pets.
§13.980
Other FDA closures and restrictions.
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Subpart M—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—GATES OF THE ARCTIC NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

§13.1002
Subsistence resident zone.
§13.1004
Aircraft use.
§13.1006
Customary trade.
§13.1008
Solid waste disposal.
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Subpart N—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—GLACIER BAY NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

Administrative Provisions

§13.1102
Definitions.
§13.1104
Coordinates.
§13.1106
Pets.
§13.1108
Alsek Corridor.
§13.1109
Off-road vehicle use in Glacier Bay National Preserve.

General Provisions

§13.1110
May I collect or burn interstadial wood?
§13.1112
May I collect rocks and minerals?
§13.1114
May I collect goat hair?
§13.1116
Do I need a camping permit in Glacier Bay?
§13.1118
Solid waste disposal.

Bartlett Cove

§13.1120
Bartlett Cove Developed Area closures and restrictions.
§13.1122
Bartlett Cove Public Use Dock.
§13.1124
Bartlett Cove Campground.
§13.1126
Bicycles.
§13.1128
Is a permit required to transport passengers between Bartlett Cove and Gustavus?

Commercial Fishing

§13.1130
Is commercial fishing authorized in the marine waters of Glacier Bay National Park?
§13.1132
What types of commercial fishing are authorized in Glacier Bay?
§13.1134
Who is eligible for a Glacier Bay commercial fishing lifetime access permit?
§13.1136
How can an individual apply for a commercial fishing lifetime access permit?
§13.1138
Where should the documentation for a lifetime access permit be sent?
§13.1140
Who determines eligibility?
§13.1142
Can I appeal denial of my commercial fishing lifetime access permit application?
§13.1144
How often will commercial fishing lifetime access permit be renewed?
§13.1146
What other closures and restrictions apply to commercial fishermen and commercial fishing vessels?

Vessel Permits

§13.1150
Is a permit required for a vessel in Glacier Bay?
§13.1152
Private vessel permits and conditions.
§13.1154
Commercial vessel permits and conditions.
§13.1156
Exceptions from vessel permit requirement.
§13.1158
Prohibitions.
§13.1160
Restrictions on vessel entry.

Vessel Operating Restrictions

§13.1170
What are the rules for operating vessels?
§13.1172
When general operating restrictions do not apply.
§13.1174
Whale water restrictions.
§13.1176
Speed restrictions.
§13.1178
Closed waters, islands and other areas.
§13.1180
Closed waters, motor vessels and seaplanes.
§13.1182
Noise restrictions.
§13.1184
Other restrictions on vessels.
§13.1186
What are the emission standards for vessels?
§13.1188
Where to get charts depicting closed waters.
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Subpart O—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—KATMAI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

General Provisions

§13.1202
Fishing.
§13.1204
Traditional red fish fishery.
§13.1206
Wildlife distance conditions.
§13.1208
Lake Camp.
§13.1210
Firearms.

Brooks Camp Developed Area

§13.1220
Brooks Camp Developed Area definition.
§13.1222
Camping.
§13.1224
Visiting hours.
§13.1226
Brooks Falls area.
§13.1228
Food storage.
§13.1230
Campfires.
§13.1232
Sanitation.
§13.1234
Pets.
§13.1236
Bear orientation.
§13.1238
Picnicking.
§13.1240
Unattended property.
§13.1242
BCDA closures and restrictions.
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Subpart P—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—KENAI FJORDS NATIONAL PARK

General Provisions

§13.1302
Subsistence.
§13.1304
Ice fall hazard zones.
§13.1306
Public use cabins.
§13.1308
Harding Icefield Trail.
§13.1310
Pets.
§13.1312
Climbing and walking on Exit Glacier.
§13.1316
Commercial transport of passengers by motor vehicles.

Exit Glacier Developed Area (EGDA)

§13.1318
Location of the EGDA.
§13.1320
Camping.
§13.1322
Food storage.
§13.1324
Bicycles.
§13.1326
Snowmachines.
§13.1328
EGDA closures and restrictions.
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Subpart Q—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—KLONDIKE GOLD RUSH NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK

§13.1402
Camping.
§13.1404
Preservation of natural, cultural, and archaeological resources.
§13.1406
State lands.
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Subpart R—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—KOBUK VALLEY NATIONAL PARK

§13.1502
Subsistence resident zone.
§13.1504
Customary trade.
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Subpart S—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—LAKE CLARK NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

§13.1602
Subsistence resident zone.
§13.1604
Solid waste disposal.
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Subpart T—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—NOATAK NATIONAL PRESERVE [RESERVED]

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Subpart U—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—SITKA NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK

§13.1802
Prohibited activities.
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Subpart V—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—WRANGELL-ST. ELIAS NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE

§13.1902
Subsistence.
§13.1904
Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark (KNHL).
§13.1906
Headquarters/Visitor Center Developed Area (HVCDA).
§13.1908
Slana Developed Area (SDA).
§13.1910
KNHL and developed area closures and restrictions.
§13.1912
Solid waste disposal.
§13.1914
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Subpart W—SPECIAL REGULATIONS—YUKON CHARLEY RIVERS NATIONAL PRESERVE [RESERVED]



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