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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.
A Visitor’s Guide to Kennicott & McCarthy is published each spring, about May first. Visit the online version.
The Wrangell St. Elias News is a local news magazine, published at McCarthy.
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.

The Kennicott River Lodge is just beyond, on the left, at mile 59 1/2. Cross the River into McCarthy, and the McCarthy Lodge provides lodging, food and a gift shop.
Todd Salat has some impressive photos of our beautiful area as well as the rest of this great state of  Alaska.
We hope you agree that the McCarthy and Kennicott areas are among God’s greatest natural creations.