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Wrangell, Alaska, is a small town located on the northern tip of Wrangell Island, 155 miles south of Juneau. With a population of around 2,100, it's known for its long history and Tlingit culture. The town was originally controlled by the Tlingit people and then came under Russian, British and finally American rule. This unique history is reflected in the architecture, with well-preserved wooden buildings alongside totem poles. Wrangell is also a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for hiking, fishing, and kayaking, all surrounded by outstanding scenery.

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Airports near Wrangell

Planning a trip to Wrangell? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to Wrangell.

Ketchikan International Airport

Located approximately 90 miles south of Wrangell, Ketchikan International Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. It offers flights to and from various destinations in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.


Juneau International Airport

Situated about 150 miles north of Wrangell, Juneau International Airport is another option for Travellers. It serves as the primary airport for Alaska's capital city and offers connections to several major cities in the United States.


Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport

If you prefer a more local airport, Petersburg James A. Johnson Airport is located approximately 80 miles northeast of Wrangell. It offers limited commercial passenger flights, primarily serving the nearby community of Petersburg.


Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport

Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport is located about 150 miles southwest of Wrangell. While it is not within driving distance, it can be reached by a connecting flight from Ketchikan or Juneau. Sitka is known for its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

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Things to do in Wrangell

Exploring Wrangell's many attractions can be overwhelming, so we've handpicked our top 3:

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Petroglyph Beach State Historic Site

Step back in time at Petroglyph Beach, where Tlingit people etched messages and stories into the rocky shore over 800 years ago. Explore the beach at low tide to see the petroglyphs, some depicting whales, bears, and human figures. The site also offers remarkable views of the Wrangell Narrows and surrounding islands.

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Wrangell Museum

Learn more about the Tlingit culture and Wrangell's history at the Wrangell Museum. This fascinating museum houses a collection of Tlingit artefacts, including totem poles, ceremonial masks, and everyday tools. You'll also learn about the gold rush era, the fishing industry, and the town's unique way of life.

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Anan Creek Bear Observatory

If you're looking for an unforgettable wildlife experience, head to the Anan Creek Bear Observatory. This unique facility allows you to safely observe bears in their natural habitat as they feed on salmon during the summer months. Be sure to book your tour in advance, as spots fill up quickly.

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