Pass lies on the northeast side of Prince of Wales Island, north of
Coffman Cove on Forest Development Road (FDR) 25. It lies at
approximately 56░ 06' N Latitude, 133░ 10' W Longitude . The community
is located in the Ketchikan Recording District. The area encompasses 35
sq. miles of land and 7 sq. miles of water.
The area has been the site of logging
camps continuously since 1964. In the early 1980s, the last camp moved
out, and the area was permanently settled as the result of a State
Department of Natural Resources land disposal sale.