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.