Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter

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The Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter was constructed in 1975 by the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) as an emergency shelter for winter recreators. It is available on a first come first served basis and no fees are charged for its use. The 8' x 10' log cabin can sleep two people in bunk beds, and has a…

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no fee, first come first served

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1 Review of Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter

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Joe C.
Reviewed Aug. 23, 2020

Wickersham

Honestly I thought of Stephen King at this spot

Location

Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter is located in Alaska

Directions

To access the Trail Shelter, start at Milepost 28 Elliott Highway, Wickersham Dome Trailhead, and then travel east along the Wickersham Creek Trail for approximately 6 miles to the junction of the Trail Creek Trail, then continue on the Wickersham Creek Trail, north, another 5 miles to the intersection of the Moose Creek Trail. The Trail Shelter is on the left (west) about 150 feet off the trail.

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65.27811041 N
147.84718067 W

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About This Campground

The Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter was constructed in 1975 by the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) as an emergency shelter for winter recreators. It is available on a first come first served basis and no fees are charged for its use. The 8' x 10' log cabin can sleep two people in bunk beds, and has a wood stove for heat. The shelter is equipped with one small bunk, a cook counter, propane cookstove and lantern, an ax and a bowsaw. The Wickersham Creek Trail Shelter is not accessible by ATV's in the summer. The Wickersham Creek trail summer conditions are poor and boggy and not recommended for hiking. ACTIVITIES Hiking Winter Sports Wildlife Viewing Fire Lookouts/cabins Overnight

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