It was my guide area. Trailhead is located at mile 19.2 on the Nabesna Road. The sheep hunting has went down hill drastically. It was updated on Sept. 25, 2020 to reflect corrected information about what bear attack victim Austin Pfieiffer was doing at the time of the attack. Not sure how far in exact miles. While the proposed non-motorized route from the end of the Nabesna Road may offer an alternative to those Petersville Road – Sept 10 – 50 miles with 3684 feet elevation gain. Watch Queue Queue The entire length of the road is gravel and has few services. Activities Access to the park is open all year, and most of the park facilities are open from May to September, although some locations open as late as the end of May and close in mid-August. Mapping was accomplished primarily through individual interviews with over 200 local hunters and fishermen during the 1983 and 1984 field seasons. Mi 4 Nebesna Road is within the school district(s) Copper River School District with nearby schools including Slana School. Two rangers stopped me to warn me to slow down,as the people living near the lodge don't like park visitors to stir up the dust. Click on the map for a larger image. Roll Call: All member terms are expired, so the purpose of this meeting is to re-activate the advisory committee. Hunted the Nabesna Road a lot years ago... That is THE home of tight spirals! We use Super Cub aircraft for getting into dozens of bush strips, located in choice remote hunting areas, which gives us the flexibility of moving where the game is! Remember, Alaska wasn't even a state until 1959. We filled up on water and continued. Sad situation. trails along the Nabesna Road. This home is located at Mi 4 Nebesna Road Slana, AK 99586 US and has been listed on Homes.com since 29 January 2020 and is currently priced at $199,000, approximately $83 per square foot. In this first part of a two part interview, Wilson talks about growing up in Nabesna, Alaska, working as a hunting guide, and his family's history of traveling and trading in the Wrangell-St. Elias area. Because of the record rainfall this year, the mosses and mushrooms were especially happy! 1964 and 1984 for hunting, fishing, trapping, and gathering by 20 communities in or near the Copper River basin, Alaska. The entire length of the road is gravel and has few services. The Nabesna Glacier from the air. Most clients rent a car after arriving in Anchorage. Our study focused on a 2 km segment of the Tanada Lake Trail, which had moderate ORV use during the period of NPS monitoring (Table 1), but much of this travel occurs in the late summer for sheep hunting, when soils are most prone to degradation . If these trails lead to your favorite hunting, fishing or hik-ing spot, we need your involvement. We need to know what role these trails play in your life and we need your suggestions of how best to manage these trails so that your access and recreation can continue. This property was built in 1984. LAVELL WILSON: Road hunting, you know. ... We traveled down a wide glacier carved valley filled with lakes with dozens of sheep thousands of feet above us on the steep slopes of Cone Ridge. Kirk has lived at the end of this road his entire life. Fall hunting trip September 2014 As August turns its last page, the lush green of an Alaskan summer turns to gold and scarlet. Trailhead is located at mile 31.2 on the Nabesna An avid hunter and trapper on a dream trip to Alaska has become the second person killed by a… Do not obstruct the road near the creek as it is on a steep hill. The Nabesna Road. It is 43 air miles off the Alaska Highway in the heart of the Wrangell, Nutzotin, and Mentasta Mountain ranges. Pretty country but not much in animals anymore. A licensed guides listing is unique to each location when hunting in some public lands. 2. My guess would be about 50 miles. Species Hunting sheep and goat in the Chitina area. Flat tires and washouts are fairly common along the entire length of the road.” Do not park within the creek drainage. The McCarthy Road and the Nabesna Road are the only significant roads in the park. Parking is along the road. Soda Lake – Nabesna Road July 10, 2014 Matt Kinney Threw the packs in the car for the 4th Weekend and headed north about 4 hours on Thursday night for the Lost Lake Trailhead on the Nabesna Road that leads into the north side of Wrangell/St.Elias National Park. the Tok Cutoff Road (mileposts 79–110 Mentasta Pass), residents along the Nabesna Road — Milepost 0– 46 ( Nabesna Road); and residents along the McCarthy Road — Milepost 0–62 (McCarthy Road)) have a customary and traditional use determination for sheep in the remainder of Unit 11. Nabesna Road is located on the north side of the park. The Nabesna Road extends 42 miles from Slana. Dog racing and running the Yukon Quest dog sled race. Shot a tiny ram some years back I assumed was much farther away than it actually was. Meeting was called to order at 5 pm by Cole Ellis. The refuge/preserve boundary is right near the mountains. Nabesna Road (mileposts 25-46), and that portion of Unit 12 east of the Nabesna River and the Nabesna Glacier and south of theWinter Trail. I have several that made full at 5. Curl and a quarter at 8, but 32". Poor trail conditions make this a difficult hike. Their family has a handful of homes there and Kirk and his wife, Jenny operate a lodge named the Devils Mountain Lodge. Just off the dusty gravel road are many opportunities for adventure of all kinds in Interior Alaska. The Nabesna Road area contains the Slana Ranger Station and the 42 mile long Nabesna Road. Nabesna is located 300 road mile from Anchorage. APLIC can send trip planning information and hunting regulations for different areas in the state. Also a mining road, the Nabesna follows a valley between two mountain ranges, with some trails and a campground along the way. Alaska is 20% the size of the mainland US. This empirical data accounts for subsistence hunting ORV use and 85 percent of the recreational ORV use, and demonstrates that hunting-related user numbers show no trend of either increase or decrease. Hunting in Alaska is very specific in terms of when, where, and who can hunt in different hunting units, with some out of state visitors requiring a guide to hunt. It is a scenic 300 mile, 6-7 hour drive from Anchorage to Nabesna, so we recommend a good night’s rest before embarking on the journey. Our base camp, and year-round home since 1960, is located at Mile 42 Nabesna Road. Parking is located about 1/4 mile from the trailhead at mile 18.9. Approximately a third of active ORV trails along the Nabesna Road corridor are in this category. No Federal open season Aug. 10-Sept. 30 - continued on next page - You may use bait to hunt black bear between April 15 and June 30; you may use bait to hunt wolves on FWS and BLM lands. Loss of the Tanada trail for recreational ORV use would effectively eliminate an affordable hunting opportunity. ... Sheep hunters had left a note saying they had reserved it as a bail-out option. warning that the area is closed to sheep hunting. From the trailhead, this hike takes you up into the hills, following an ATV route through a valley, eventually bringing you to a small, two-person public use Caribou Creek Cabin, which is reservable with the park service. This story is an edited version of the original. Nabesna Road – July 25 - 40.3 miles with 1955 feet elevation gain ... Low Points – would recommend not going during hunting season. II. This video is unavailable. I drove all the way to the end to hike Rambler's Mine. Sheep are often seen near the road on the cliffs above Caribou Creek. He also talks about Native history in the Nabesna and Chistochina area and their cultural traditions regarding clans, leadership, and potlatches. Watch Queue Queue. You have to take a trail or a creek to get to the actual road. We'll direct you where you to your destination of choice. Starting to mush dogs, first dog racing, and delivering mail by dog team ... Then we go up way back Nabesna Road where we call Two Lake there -- Twin Lake, we call it. Hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, camping, and hunting are just a few of the activities feasible to visitors. This area is especially good in spring when newborn lambs can be seen. Trailhead is located at mile 29.8 on the Nabesna Road, where Trail Creek crosses the road. provided the Service with the annual numbers of hunters along the Nabesna Road between 1990 and 2009 based on harvest report data. Nabesna Road Area This area encompasses the Nabesna Road and nearby area. Tok Cutoff/Nabesna Road AC Page 1/2 Tok Cutoff/Nabesna Road Fish & Game Advisory Committee 12/15/2016 Slana School I. Stop to fish in the lakes, hike up a volcano, and enjoy the panorama of the Wrangells—as entrancing a view as any other in the state. Turnouts are available along the h.ighway. Nabesna Road is one of two that allows access to Alaska’s largest national park, the Wrangell-St Elias National Park and Preserve. They do quite a bit of fly-in guide work for bear, moose and sheep hunters along with flightseeing and flying in hikers. When I was guiding, I used to use a lot of this area. Specifically, the National Park Service (NPS) Flat tires and washouts are fairly common along the entire length of the road.” The only ORV access to these areas of the preserve is through the park. A fresh snow fell in the higher elevations between Porcupine Creek and Tok on the Glenn Highway on… I used a floatplane a lot and a lot of -- hunted on most of these lakes, but never hunted on foot. … I drove Nabesna Road the day after driving the only other road in the park. Call these guys before making the drive to Nabesna and they’ll give you road updates. Starting at mile 60 of the Tok Cutoff Highway, the Nabesna Road is nestled in a valley between two mountain ranges. You can't get to Nabesna Road from the river. “The Nabesna Road is a minor highway in the U.S. state of Alaska that extends 42 miles (68 km) from the Slana River to Nabesna, providing access to interior components of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. “The Nabesna Road is a minor highway in the U.S. state of Alaska that extends 42 miles (68 km) from the Slana River to Nabesna, providing access to interior components of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. 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