The Alaskan Interior is a vast region larger than any state in America. It is bounded roughly by the Brooks Range in the north and the Chugach Mountains in the south. The Interior is home to the most iconic animals and landmarks in Alaska. Denali, The Alaska Range and the Yukon River divide the region that is home to the Grizzly, the moose, and the Dall Sheep. Our home base is located in the southern portion of the Interior overlooking Wrangell St. Elias National Park, in the heart of the Copper River Basin. From our base camp on the banks of the wild, boulder strewn Klutina River we host our spring bear hunts and our summertime activities through our fishing and tourism business, Full Curl Outdoors.