Shamrock Mining Plan of Operations and Environmental Assessment Released for Public Review/Comment
The Park has released for public review the Shamrock Mining Plan of Operations and Environmental Assessment. The EA is available for public review and comment for one month. All comments must be submitted by July 3, 2013. More »
Chisana River Fire Grows, Creates 10,000 Foot Column
Due to continued hot and dry conditions, the Chisana River Fire grew from 2,900 acres to 7,718 acres June 17. More More »
Things To Know Before You Come
Chances are, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is unlike any park you've experienced. It's remote and undeveloped, beautiful and vast. The links above and on the left will help you come prepared for all that this wonderful, challenging place has to offer.
This is a rural and remote part of Alaska. To ensure your visit is a successful one, please "plan ahead and prepare" by exploring this website to learn more about safety considerations, things to do, services, accommodations, weather, and frequently asked questions.
For further assistance and trip planning, contact any of our visitor contact stations.
Did You Know?
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve has 14,185 square miles of designated wilderness, more than any other unit within the National Park Service system.