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Park Service Says Colorado Man Dies In Alaska Skiing Mishap

COPPER CENTER, Alaska (AP) — A Colorado skier had died after falling through a cornice in Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.

The National Park Service says in a release that Peter Inglis of Telluride, Colorado, fell into the cornice near the 7,000-foot level of the mountains, about 20 miles southeast of Chitina, near Tebay Lake, on Wednesday. 73 more words


Time out for temporary relocation

Due to my husband’s health needs, we have been living with a son for several months at Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, largest fishing port in the U.S. Now it’s the other son’s turn… 48 more words

Ultima Thule Lodge Looks Amazing....Plane Assisted Skiing in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, AK

When Chris Davenport gives this high of praise, you know there is something special going on here. For more info on this outfit go HERE


Alaska Part 3: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park

Getting there: The park headquarters and visitor center at Copper Center are about a 4-hour drive east of Anchorage. Only two areas of the park are accessible by car, Nabesna and McCarthy, and both are at the end of lengthy gravel roads. 1,860 more words


Alaska in Photos

Here is a gallery of highlights from our three weeks in Alaska. Photos can’t possibly do The Last Frontier justice, but click the images for the full-size slideshow and complete captions. 815 more words

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National Park Kick: Wrangell-St. Elias

Planning a trip to America’s largest national park can be quite overwhelming. At 13.2 million acres, it’s larger than Switzerland and equal to 6 Yellowstones! The park visitor center is located in Copper Center, where we chose to spend the first of our three nights in the park. 210 more words

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