Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve has various visitor contact points. Each of these facilities is staffed by professional interpretive park rangers who can assist you with a variety of services.
Bear Resistant Food Containers (BRFCs) are available at all visitor contact stations except the McCarthy Road Information Station.
Did You Know?
The Copper River, which deposits 75 million tons of sediment annually into its delta and the Gulf of Alaska, has built up a layer of silt 600 feet deep. During summer months, the daily sediment transport can be 750,000 cubic feet, one of the largest river sediment loads known.