McCarthy, Alaska. “Where the road ends, and the wilderness begins.” The McCarthy Road started life as the Copper River & Northwestern Railway. It runs from Chitina to McCarthy, a distance of approximately 59 miles. Before driving check out the Current Conditions.
Kennicott. “In the heart of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.” Kennicott is located four miles beyond Kennicott River. Access is by shuttle bus, bicycle or foot. Check our Visitor’s Guide for a listing of services.
The Aspen Meadows of McCarthy B&B is operated by Rick & Bonnie Kenyon, who also publish the Wrangell St. Elias News. It is located on one of the old original homesteads, about 2 miles from the Kennicott River bridge, just before you get to McCarthy.
The McCarthy B&B is also on the “driving side” of the river, about mile 59 on the McCarthy Road.