• 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.

Flightseeing & Air Taxis

A flightseeing trip in the Wrangell Mountains is an Alaskan highlight.
A flightseeing trip in the Wrangell Mountains is an Alaskan highlight!
W. Forstner

One of the best ways to experience the beauty and tremendous size of this park is from above! Fly past massive peaks, over jagged glaciers, and endless expanses of wild Alaska! For the truly adventurous, air taxis are used for backcountry dropoffs for wilderness campers and backpackers. A wide variety of tours, trips, and itineraries are available.

Most operators fly out of Glennallen, McCarthy, or Chitina. For more information, contact one of the listed operators.


40-Mile Air, Ltd.

(907) 883-5191
PO Box 539
Tok, AK 9978


Lee's Air Taxi

(907) 822-3574
PO Box 148
Glennallen, AK 99588


Alaskan Wilderness Outfitting Co., LLC

(907) 424-5552
PO Box 1516
Cordova, AK 99574


McCarthy Air

(907) 554-4440
MXY #16
McCarthy, AK 99588


Alsek Air Service, Inc.

(907) 784-3231
PO Box 489
Yakutat, AK 99689


McMahan Guide & Flying Service

(907) 440-1510
PO Box MXY #1
Glennallen, AK 99588

Copper Valley Air Service, LLC.

(907) 822-4200
PO Box 234
Glennallen, AK 99588


Ultima Thule Outfitters, Inc.

(907) 688-1200
PO Box 109
Chitina, AK 99566


Fly Drake

(907) 314-0675
PO Box 411
Haines, AK 99827

K-Air Service

(907) 822-5312
HC 63, PO Box 1415
Gakona, AK 99586

Wrangell Mountain Air, Inc.

(907) 554-4411
PO Box MXY #25
McCarthy, AK 99588

Mountain Flying Service

132 2nd Ave.
Haines,AK 99827

Sky Trekking Alaska

PO Box 871370
Wasilla, AK 99687
(907) 315-6098

Yakutat Coastal Airlines

P.O. Box 326
Yakutat, AK 99689
(907) 784-3831

Did You Know?

Mount St. Elias

Danish explorer Vitus Bering, sailing for Russia in 1741, named the majestic St. Elias mountains, including towering Mt. St. Elias (18,008’), for St. Elias, on whose Feast Day (July 20) he made the sighting.