Tell Your Friends About Camping in Alaska.

An area larger than Rhode Island and Vermont combined, Wrangell St. Elias National Park & Preserve is named for two mountain ranges that form its backbone. Remnant volcanoes, carved and ground by glaciers, continue to define this vast landscape. Only two roads penetrate the park - McCarthy and Nabesna. They offer spectacular vistas. Trails are unmarked and braided rivers run free and swift. Wilderness is given true context here.

The Tok Cut-Off

This is the northern most portion of the Glenn Highway that connects the Richardson Highway with the Alaska Highway at the town of Tok Alaska. See Map of the Copper River Region Below.


Map of the Tok Cutt-Off

Map of the Richardson Highway and Tok Cut-Off around Glannallen Alaska.