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    Wrangell - St Elias

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  • Wrangell-St. Elias Visitor Center Switching to Fall Hours on Sept. 20th

    Wrangell-St Elias's main visitor center, located near Copper Center, AK, is on fall hours starting September 20th. The fall hours of operation are Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am-4:00 pm, closed on federal holidays.


Brochures and maps
The following links provide access to many of our most popular maps, brochures, and informational leaflets. They all are in PDF format for easy printing, downloading, and reading.

Park Maps

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Map (pdf)
Official NPS Map

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Map (jpeg)
Official NPS Maps

National Parklands in Alaska
Map of ALL Alaska National Park Units

Malaspina Forelands Park and Preserve Boundary Map
Yakutat District Map

Informational Leaflets

The K'elt'aeni
Official Park Newspaper & Visitor's Guide

Roadside Accommodations
List and maps of area camping and lodging

Park Fact Sheet
Size, visitation, facilities, species, rivers, etc

Bear Safety in Alaska National Parklands
Be "Bear Aware"

Roadside Fishing Guide
Upper Copper River

Catch & Release Fishing

Hiking Trails and Routes

Road Guides

The McCarthy Road Guide
Born on Rails

Nabesna Road Guide
The Road Less Traveled

Nabesna Road ATV/ORV Trails
Map of Established Trails

Kennecott Area

The Kennecott Story
History of Kennecott Mill Town

Kennecott Mill Town Map
Map of existing buildings

How Do I Get To Kennecott?
Getting There is Half the Fun!

Subsistence Information

Promises To Keep
Subsistence in Alaska National Parklands

Subsistence User's Guide
Guide to Subsistence in Wrangell-St. Elias Regulations, Maps, Info, etc...

Park Subsistence Maps

Indicates state game mgmt. units, federal & non-federal lands, park & preserve.

Nabesna Road Detail

McCarthy Road Detail

Did You Know?

Downtown Glennallen

The village of Glennallen derives its name from the combined last names of Capt. Edwin F. Glenn and Lt. Henry T Allen, both instrumental in the early exploration of the of the Copper River Basin.