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Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park and Preserve
WRANGELL-SAINT ELIAS NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE
WRANGELL-SAINT ELIAS NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE
Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park is located in southeastern Alaska. It can be be reached from Anchorage via Glenn Highway (AK 1). At Glennallen, Glenn Highway meets the Richardson Highway, skirting the park's western boundary en route to the coastal city of Valdez. The Tok Cutoff coming south from the Alaska Highway borders the park's northwestern corner. From these highways, two unpaved roads penetrate the park. The Chitina-McCarthy Road extends 61 miles from Chitina to the Kennicott River, just west of McCarthy. The northern park area is reached via the Nabesna Road, which extends 45 miles from Slana to Nabesna. A short flight on an air taxi from Glennallen, Chitina, Nabesna, or McCarthy can transport you into the heart of the park.


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