Visiting Wrangell, Alaska

Located at the tip of Wrangell Island across from the mouth of the Stikine River, Wrangell is a gem in the heart of Tongass National Forest.

Surrounded by islands, mountains, rivers and beauty that will astound any visitor, our friendly little town provides easy access to the Stikine, the last truly wild river in British Columbia and one of the great fishing spots in the world. Adventure is easy to find in Wrangell, from flightseeing over the snow-capped coastal range and glaciers to visiting Anan Bear and Wildlife Observatory for an up-close bear experience. Downtown offers shops, galleries and restaurants with varied menus, but most feature local seafood.

Check out Wrangell’s visitor website #visitwrangell.

map of Inside Passage highlighting Wrangell

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