• Winter in the Wrangells

    Wrangell - St Elias

    National Park & Preserve Alaska

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  • Wrangell-St. Elias Visitor Center to close for the winter on Nov. 1st.

    Wrangell-St. Elias's main visitor center, located near Copper Center, AK, will be closed for the winter starting November 1. The visitor center will re-open on April 1, 2015.

Coloring Sheets

Wrangell-St. Elias Coloring Sheets
Make your own masterpiece!

Do you see the buzz? Check out our cool coloring pages sketched by a famous artist! Alaskan Artist Jona Van Zyle has created fun coloring pages for our Jr. Ranger Program.

Wrangell-St. Elias hosted renowned Alaskan Artists, Jon and Jona Van Zyle in 2006 as Artists-In-Residence. Jon and Jona live near Eagle River, AK where they raise and train Siberian Huskies. Jona has many years experience working with huskies. Her love of wildlife and sled dogs has greatly influenced all facets of her art and life. Her beautiful drawings reflect her passion for wild places like Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.

You can be creative and learn more about Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve by coloring these beautiful drawings. Did you find the buzz?

Copper River Coloring Sheet by P. Reser
Contest Winning entry by P. Reser, Age 11.
Hiking coloring sheet

Rambling in the WrangellsHiking and Backpacking in the Wrangell Wilderness!

Kennecott Coloring Sheet

Kennecott Mines
The Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark is a fascinating place overflowing with history!

June 2007 Coloring Contest Sheet

Animal Tracks
Wildlife is all around you in the Wrangell Mountains. Look closely for tracks and signs left by animals.

The Boreal Forest
Find the hidden animals as you color the beautiful trees and plants of the park's forest habitats.
The Copper River
Explore the rich bounty of the wild Copper River. Bears, eagles, and salmon!
Migration and Hibernation
To survive the harsh winter, many of the park's animals migrate or hibernate. Color the caribou, bear, swans, and more!

Click here to get ALL SIX of the coloring sheets

Did You Know?

Braided Nabesna River

The Nabesna River was named in 1898 by USGS employees W. J. Peters and A. H. Brooks. The name is derived from the local native name for the Upper Tanana River.