Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Has Fun With Our Map Of The Copper Valley

Virtual Visitors To The NPS Website Comment On The David Mudrick Map Of The Valley Showing Things To Do THE DAVID MUDRICK MAP   Everybo...

Virtual Visitors To The NPS Website Comment On The David Mudrick Map Of The Valley Showing Things To Do

THE DAVID MUDRICK MAP  

Everybody loves a map. And there's nothing more lovable to Copper Valley people than a funny map of our region. 


The National Park Service's Copper Center office recently asked to reprint David Mudrick's map from this website, showing dipnetters struggling with fish, moose terrorizing hunters on the Denali Highway, dog mushers, wolves, Troopers, and the smokin' Wrangell Mountains.

David and his family lived in the Copper Valley in the late 1980's one winter, and worked at Slana and Gakona Schools. While here, he drew the original cartoons we've been reprinting – for the Copper River Country Journal. We also printed the first black and white version of the Copper Valley map, which he's updated this year for our website, switching out things like the photo opportunity at Thompson Pass into a family taking a selfie with a cell phone. 

Here's a look at some of the Facebook comments on the NPS site.







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