Wrangell St. Elias
The inner sanctum of North America’s largest national park (a relatively isolated, mountainous terrain known for its
difficult navigation), where bears roam, moose feast on wild vegetation, Dall sheep tread ancient mountain paths and
eagles soar from cliff to spruce.
The best way to enjoy this region is by plane, so you’ll want to take the air safari soaring over mountain-tops, landing in the wildest of places – the edges of glaciers, ice fields, and meadows bursting with berries – and immersing yourself in all the wonder of the park accompanied by your experienced Alaskan wilderness guides. Try hiking and trekking on Alpine Tundra, glacier ice, or through boreal rainforests; bear- and wildlife-viewing, bird-watching, river-rafting, beachcombing; as well as our own personal favourite, a lunch of cheese and wine on the ice-field, in the middle of the world’s largest non-polar glacier.