Copper River Basin Aerial Mount Blackburn Alaska

An aerial view of the Copper River Basin where mountains, glaciers, snow and ice adorn the landscape near Mount Blackburn in Wrangell Saint Elias National Park and Reserve in Alaska, USA.

The aerial view of the Copper River Basin is beautiful as Mount Blackburn rises to 16,390 feet above the snow covered landscape in Wrangell Saint Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska, USA. The Copper River begins at the Copper Glacier in the Wrangell Mountains where the onset of its 380 mile journey heads due north.

Mount Blackburn is the highest peak throughout the Wrangell Mountains and a majority of its massif is covered with icefields and glaciers. Of all the peaks in North America, Mount Blackburn ranks as the twelfth highest.

Mountains, snow and ice around Mount Blackburn (16,390 feet) in Wrangell Saint Elias National Park and Preserve, Alaska.



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Photo Title: Copper River Basin Aerial Mount Blackburn Alaska

An aerial view of the Copper River Basin where mountains, glaciers, snow and ice adorn the landscape near Mount Blackburn in Wrangell Saint Elias National Park and Reserve in Alaska, USA.

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