Look to Alaska Geographic for the most comprehensive selection of books, maps, and films about Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. As the park’s official nonprofit education partner and bookstore, Alaska Geographic offers an extensive collection of titles on the park’s natural and cultural heritage, provides financial support for interpretive programs and other educational offerings, and works to connect visitors with Alaska’s magnificent wildlands.
Alaska Geographic operates bookstore at the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Visitor Center in Copper Center, the Slana Ranger Station at the start of the Nabesna Road, the Chitina Ranger Station at the beginning of the McCarthy Road, and the Kennecott Visitor Center. Your purchase at these locations directly benefits Wrangell-St. Elias—a portion of every sale supports the park’s educational and interpretive programs.
Alaska Geographic members receive exclusive benefits, including discounts online and at Alaska Geographic bookstores statewide. To find out more, become a member, or browse the online bookstore, visit www.alaskageographic.org.
Did You Know?
The oldest road in Alaska, the Richardson Highway, evolved from a 5-foot wide pack route called the Valdez Trail. This route, initiated in 1898, served as the only land access to Interior Alaska until completion of the Alaska Highway in 1942.