With its grand vistas and boundless landscapes, Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park exceeds even the most imaginative expectations because of its distinction as being the nation's largest. Stretching along the Canadian border in scenic south central Alaska, this robust land is quilted with wandering rivers, lakes, glaciers and some of the most dramatic mountain ranges to be found in North America. In fact, nine of the 16 highest peaks in the country are here, including the park's namesakes: Mount St. Elias and Mount Wrangell — the latter an active volcano that last erupted in 1911.

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McCarthy Kennicott | Kennicott Glacier Lodge

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Postcard pretty the Lodge is located at the base of Root Glacier, near the center of the 40 remaining structures of the historically powerful Kennicott Mill. Built in 1987, the Lodge is a replica of one of the historic mining buildings from the copper mining boomtown days. The lodge features a dining room, 2 living rooms, and a 190-foot long front porch with a panoramic view of the Chugach and Wrangell Mountains and Root Glacier. The 25 clean and comfortable guest rooms are decorated with old mining artifacts and photos. Each bedroom has a cold water sink. There are plenty of spotlessly clean bathrooms and shower rooms located throughout the lodge. Please contact us for nightly room rates.