If you really want to escape from the modern world, hijack a wheel plane at low tide and head out to Montague Island in southeastern Alaska. The San Juan Bay Cabin is extremely secluded, in the heart of the Chugach National Forest. It’s primitive, but the walls are solid (so are the beds so bring a camp pad). Wildlife rules the roost here. You’ll find Sitka deer, black bear, and all kinds of migratory birds. Fish the river for coho and pink salmon, or comb the nearby beaches for sea-borne treasures. You’ll fall in love with your own magical island.