Thousands of visitors explore Alaska each year searching for scenic wonders. While no one is ever disappointed, the lucky ones experience more. They discover a hidden treasure…Cordova, Alaska.
Nestled peacefully at the head of Orca Inlet in Prince William Sound, Cordova, Alaska has a mystique all her own. She dazzles you with glacier-carved mountains, wildlife-rich wetlands, lush forests, and countless waterways. Then, she blends this natural grandeur with exciting activities such as skiing, hiking, wildlife photography, boating, sport fishing, flight seeing, and more.
The Chugach, Wrangell, St. Elias and Alaskan ranges converge in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, which at 13.2 million acres is the nation's largest national park. Formed by plate tectonics and shaped by glaciers, some of these mountains rise vertically with an elevation gain greater than that of the Himalayas. Cordova is truly a natural treasure. A rich collection of all the best the great north has to offer.