11' x 15'
Cabin contains 2 standard twin- size wooden bunks, a table and chairs, a wood stove, fire extinguisher, info bulletin board, and pit toilet.
The cabin is located in the historic mining settlement of Chisana.
Plane, experienced hikers
Excellent opportunity for extended treks along the Chisana River or the Gold Hill historic mining district, situated 10 miles to the northwest.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
What To Bring
Head nets are strongly encouraged during June, July, and August. You are responsible for providing your own supplies, such as: food, bedding, maps, compass, matches, and warm clothing.
Water is not available near the cabin, but from a seasonal spring located 1/4 mile northeast of the cabin on Chathenda Creek.
USGS Topo Map
None. Use is on a first-come, first-served basis.