Wrangell-St Elias National Park and Preserve Hidden Creek Lake Topo Map

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Explore a 10-mile-long glacial highway on the Root and Kennecott Glaciers. Even by Alaska standards, the Wrangells are big and wild. Access can be intimidating, but this sneak route ensures that mere mortals can experience the biggest park in America on a long, spectacular glacier walk without ropes or even an ice ax. The low elevation Root and Kennecott Glaciers (less than 3,000 feet high) are like broad ice highways with crevasses that are either squeezed shut (safe) or exposed and easy to avoid (also safe). Without icefall clutter or crevasse mazes, these bare ice glaciers are Alaska’s backcountry highways. From the remote town of McCarthy, the 25.5-mile round-trip trek leads from historic mine ruins to spectacular Hidden Creek Lake, tucked in a 3,000-foot-deep rock gorge populated by mountain goats.
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Chitina, Alaska

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