"Beautifully designed and written..."
—Copper River Record
Kennecott-McCarthy Visitors Guide is published annually and distributed free in hard copy and digital formats. Printed copies are distributed from May through fall all over the Copper Basin, Kennecott, and McCarthy, plus sites in Anchorage, Valdez, Tok, and points between.
The 2022 run of 11,000 hard copies was printed in Alaska.
Full of local information and travel tips, this publication is the go-to, up-to-date resource for planning a visit to the Kennicott Valley, in the heart of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.
In addition to Kennecott and McCarthy, the Visitors Guide also features Chitina, Kenny Lake, Copper Center, Glennallen, Valdez, and the Nabesna Road.
Like all businesses in Kennecott and McCarthy, the Visitors Guide is locally-owned and locally-grown. We're pleased to connect our friends and neighbors operating here and in neighboring gateway communities with independent travelers from Alaska and beyond.
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Amazing natural features abound within short range of Kennecott and McCarthy. Photo: Nathan Havey
A view of Kennecott Mines National Historic Monument
Time lapse reel featuring McCarthy and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
by Luke McKinney, McKinney Makes Media
Artist Bill Brody (left) displays a work in progress created in the Wrangell-St. Elias backcountry during a presentation at the Wrangell Mountains Center. Photo: Jeremy Pataky
Fourth of July tug-of-war competition in McCarthy, one of many classic game traditions