Upper Toklat River Cabin No. 24Edit profile
Upper Toklat Ranger Station No. 24, also known as the Upper Toklat River Cabin is a log shelter in the National Park Service Rustic style in Denali National Park. The cabin is now part of a network of shelters for patrolling park rangers throughout the park. It is a standard design by the National Park Service Branch of Plans and Designs and was built in 1931. The cabin is one of five cabins originally built by the Alaska Road Commission to provide shelter to crews working on park roads. The Upper Toklat River cabin is centrally located and was a distribution point for supplies.
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