Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge
Top things to do and see in Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge: View Excursions
1Wrangell St. Elias National Park
The largest U.S. national park, Wrangell St. Elias National Park is the size of 6 Yellowstones and is home to 9 of the 16 highest peaks in the U.S. and several glaciers.
Born of huge ice fields covering the Chugach and Wrangell-Saint Elias mountain ranges, the Copper River is Alaska's fifth largest river and the tenth largest in the U.S.
3Kennicott & McCarthy
Kennicott, a historic mining camp, is now Alaska's most fascinating ghost town. Nearby McCarthy still has its pioneering-heyday boisterousness, and is the gateway to Wrangell St. Elias National Park.
4Prince William Sound
Prince William Sound lies within the boundaries of Chugach National Forest, and boasts 3,500 miles of coastline and one of the world's largest collections of tidewater glaciers.
Valdez is the country's farthest north ice free port with the best access to Alaska's interior, as well as to the U.S. Pacific Northwest, Northern Canada and Pacific Rim trade routes.
The Worthington Glacier is one of the most accessible glaciers in Alaska, right off the Richardson Highway.
Thompson Pass is commonly called, ''the snowiest place in Alaska.'' Located about forty minutes north of Valdez, it offers spectacular alpine scenery year round.
8Sled Dog Experience
A local musher, ''one who travels by dogsled,'' and his or her dog team will pull you through the wilderness on this truly Alaskan adventure.