WRANGELL ST ELIAS SUBSISTENCE RESOURCE COMMISSION TO MEET IN CHISTOCHINA
The Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Subsistence Resource Commission will meet at the Chistochina Community Hall on Tuesday, October 29, and Wednesday, October 30, to consider a range of issues related to subsistence hunting and fishing in the park. More »
WRANGELL-ST. ELIAS TO CLOSE HEADQUARTER’S VISITOR CENTER FOR THE WINTER
Copper Center, AK – The Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Visitor Center in Copper Center will be closed for the winter beginning November 1. More »
Alaska Geographic and the National Park Service are partners in providing the public with quality interpretive materials and programs. Alaska Geographic is dedicated to enhancing the public’s understanding and conservation of Alaska’s natural, cultural, and historical resources. Alaska Geographic operates the bookstores in the park visitor centers. Revenues from sales are donated to the park’s educational programs. They also assist in the production of The K'elt'aeni, our yearly visitor information guide.
Wrangell Institute for Science & Environment
Catering to the needs of students, writers, artists, scientists, travelers and local citizens, we offer opportunities for people of all ages and abilities. Please join us to learn, to explore, to express, to revere...to be transformed through direct experience with this extraordinary place.
The Wrangell Mountains Center also manages the Kennecott Recreation Hall. This facility is available to rent from them for various functions such as, weddings, receptions, meetings, or community events.
The Wrangell Mountains Center
The primary focus is assisting Ahtna shareholders with their educational goals, the Ahtna Heritage Center also provide opportunities for our shareholders and others to learn about the Ahtna people through cultural programs and our Cultural Center - C'ek'aedi Hwnax, which means "Legacy House" in the Ahtna language.
Ahtna Heritage Foundation
Did You Know?
12,010’ Mt. Drum was first climbed on June 4, 1954 by Heinrich Harrer, Keith Hart, and George Schaller. You may recall Heinrich Harrer as the principle figure in the book "Seven Years in Tibet".