Date: Aug 31 2018 - Sep 3 2018
Number and scale loom large here, magnified by splendid isolation. The largest U.S. national park, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve equals six Yellowstones, with peaks upon peaks and glaciers after glaciers. Follow any braided river or stream to its source and you will find either a receding, advancing, or tidewater glacier. The park lets you sample representative Alaska wildlife as well as historic mining sites.
Join Outdoor Recreation on this unique, 4-day expedition into the heart of the park. Spend quality time around the campfire with your family under the midnight sun, then take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks and glaciers that practically hang off of the mountainsides, as we paddle on a glacier-made lake and complete a day-hike on an actual glacier.
Trip dates: August 31 - September 3.
All skill levels are welcome. Must be 18+ to participate. Must be able to hike moderate terrain for 6 miles.
Transportation, equipment, some meals, and instruction are included.
Must register ahead of time to participate. Participants will meet at the Outdoor Recreation Center at 8 a.m. on Friday, August 31. More information will become available upon registering.
$290 per person
Registration is accepted in person or over the phone.
Payment is due at time of registration.
Please call +1 (907) 361-6349 to register.
- Tel: +1 (907)361-6349