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Kennecott Mine its abandoned among Wrangell-St.Elias' towering peaks.
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Important links to Alaska Road information
 
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Alaska Department of Transportation

Dial 5-1-1 in Alaska and 1-866-282-7577 anywhere else

http://511.alaska.gov for images, urgent records, driving conditions, weather forecasts and roadwork.

Department of Transportation Scenic Byways
(907) 465-4070
http://www.dot.state.ak.us/stwdplng/scenic/index.shtml

National Scenic Byways Program
http://www.byways.org/

Alaska Department of Fish & Game
(907) 465-4100
http://www.adfg.alaska.gov

Alaska Department of Natural Resources
(907) 269-8400
http://dnr.alaska.gov

Alaska Marine Highway System
(800) 642-0066
http://www.dot.state.ak.us/amhs.index.shtml

Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities
(907) 465-3900
http://dot.state.ak.us/

Alaska Public Lands Information Centers
(907) 644-3661
https://www.alaskacenters.gov/

Alaska Railroad
(800) 544-0552 outside of Alaska
(907) 265-2494 in Alaska
http://akrr.com/

Alaska Travel Industry Association
(907) 929-220
http://travelalaska.com/

Bureau of Land Management
(907) 271-5960
http://www.blm.gov/ak/st/en.html

Tourism North
http://www.northtoalaska.com/

US Fish and Wildlife Service
(800) 344-WILD
http://alaska.fws.gov/

US Forest Service
(907) 586-8806
http://www.fs.fed.us/contactus/


Anchorage Center Wildlands Update
https://www.alaskacenters.gov/wildlands.cfm





 
Graphic image showing Alaska superimposed over the United States. Alaska covers much of the midsection of the country while the panhandle reaches the Carolinas and the Aleutian Islands stretch across Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. Did You Know?
Alaska encompasses 586,412 sq. miles, making it approximately 1/5 the size of the rest of the United States or larger than the combined area of the 22 smallest U.S. states! 85 percent of Alaska lands, or an area twice the size of Texas, are under federal and state ownership.