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Copper Country Discovery Tour

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Copper Center, AK, USA
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About Copper Country Discovery Tour
Immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Copper River valley—home of the Wrangell Mountains and America’s largest national park. Enjoy photographic opportunities from panoramic mountain vistas to elusive wildflowers. Feel the energy and rhythm of life as you take an easy walk through the boreal forest. Along the way, you will look for signs of wildlife, explore the delights of the changing seasons and sample edible plants and berries. Enjoy a rustic camp where you can touch the skins and skulls of local wildlife and hear their stories. This small group tour includes a scenic van ride with stops to view the Alyeska Pipeline and the Wrangell Mountains. Your naturalist guide is a friendly local resident, happy to share knowledge, answer questions and customize the experience based on your interests. This tour is operated by local nonprofit Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment (WISE). So join in on the fun – smell the aromas of the forest, marvel at the beauty of the flora and
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We had an excellent guide who truly loves the area she lives in and what she does. She seemed exceptionally well integrated into the natural environment and gave us a lot of information about the geological structure, rivers and their connection to glaciers, permafrost, and all
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Jolene was our guide and she was excellent. Very knowledgable about all aspects of Alaskan life. Very personable and great sense of humor. If you want to learn about ecology and wildlife of Alaska-take this tour
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I had a wonderful afternoon with Jolene on a Discovery Tour. The short hike to the bluff was beautiful as well as educational, the visit to their forest camp was so interesting and informative, and even the visit to the pipeline was so interesting. I really enjoyed hearing about
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A 4 hour tour, hike and class on native mammals, all in one. Our guide Jolene did an excellent job and was incredibly knowledgeable. Along the way we visited and learned about the Trans Alaska pipeline. A one mile hike highlights native trees and plants with nice views of river
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Jolene was absolutely amazing and took us on an engaging and educational afternoon where we got to learn a lot about different plants and trees, the pipeline, lakes, etc. The animal pelts at the end were incredible!
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