Wrangell Mountains

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Wran·gell Mountains

A mountain range of southeast Alaska northwest of the St. Elias Mountains. The highest point in the range is 4,996 m (16,390 ft).
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Wrangell Mountains

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(Placename) a mountain range in SE Alaska, extending into the Yukon, Canada. Highest peak: Mount Blackburn, 5037 m (16 523 ft)
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Wran′gell Moun′tains

a mountain range in SE Alaska. Highest peak, 16,500 ft. (5029 m).
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In 2006, Rutten returned to Alaska, this time to the spectacular Wrangell Mountains along the Yukon border in GMU 11.
Years ago, on a sheep hunt in Alaska's Wrangell Mountains, we were far up on a treacherous slope, nothing but jagged rocks.
The Ahtna region "encompasses the Copper River Basin and the Wrangell Mountains and is bordered by the Mentasta and Nutzotin Mountains to the northeast, the Alaska Range to the north, the Talkeetna Mountains to the West, and the Chugach Mountains so the south," according to the company.
14), and from there illustrates how the development of air transport in Alaska's Wrangell Mountains has been framed in the public eye as a reinterpretation of this idea.
Backpacking in the northern foothills of the Wrangell Mountains in the 13.2 million-acre Wrangell-St.
"My Wrangell Mountains" is a collection of full color photography from Ruedi Homberger & Jon and Jona Van Zyle as they offer readers the awe-inspiring nature of Alaska's vast mountain range and the sights that one views throughout the region, from snow capped mountains, to the icy beaches, to the life that thrives all throughout the tundra.
There were 30 people on board flight 4422 when it crashed into the Wrangell Mountains in eastern Alaska on March 12, 1948, killing everyone on board.
Built in 1987, the lodge has 35 clean, delightful guest rooms, two living rooms, a spacious dining room, and a 180-foot front porch with a spectacular panoramic view of the Wrangell Mountains, Chugach Mountains, and Kennicott Glacier.
An unforgettable wilderness experience is guaranteed on this backpack into the heart of the Wrangell Mountains. Spectacular vistas and scenic beauty abound as we travel through the largest concentration of glaciers on the North American continent.
To the north rises the jagged spine of the Wrangell Mountains. To the east the St.
DANCE ISN'T usually the first thing people associate with McCarthy, a former mining boom town located on the edge of Alaska's Wrangell Mountains. But that may be changing.
The Ahtna region includes the Copper River Basin and the Wrangell Mountains. It is bordered by the Chugach Mountains to the south, the Alaska Range to the north, the Talkeetna Mountains to the west, and the Mentasta and Nutzotin Mountains to the northeast.