This small cabin sleeps two and provides a base camp from which to explore game trails and ridgelines with excellent views of Mount Wrangell, Mount Sanford and Tanada peaks. It’s located at the end of 3-mile Caribou Creek Trail, which is sometimes accessible by recreational ATV (check with National Park Service first), as well as snow machines when there’s at least 6 inches of snow on the ground. As with other public use cabins in this area, you must pack everything in and out. That includes your firewood, unless you want to gather deadwood on site. The small size of the cabin means it does get toasty pretty quickly. Reservations are required through the NPS. Call (907) 822-7253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
propane lantern, broom, ax, saw, and shovel.
Off of Nabesna Rd
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
What To Bring
You are responsible for providing your own food, cook stove and cooking utensils, water, and bedding, maps, compass, matches, and warm clothing
Food and beverages, food and beverage containers, garbage, harvested fish and equipment used to cook or store food must be stored in a bear resistant container or secured within a hard sided building, or by caching a minimum of 100 feet from camp and suspending at least 10 feet above ground. Please dispose of inedible game parts, fish and food scraps that could attract a bear, at least 300 yards from the cabin site and below high water level. Legally taken game must not be stored in any public use cabin. Only dead and downed wood may be collected for firewood. Campfires are permitted, except during red flag warnings (open fire bans). Upon departing, parties will clean and secure public use cabins.