McCarthy Road and Kennecott:
All of these trails and routes are located inside the park. Please contact the Kennecott Visitor Center (open during the summer) for more information.
Kennecott Hiking & Food Storage Map (pdf format 638 KB)
This is a map and synopsis of day hikes from the Kennecott Mill Town & locations of Bear Proof Food Storage Lockers.
McCarthy Creek (pdf format 362 KB)
Take a day hike and explore a riverside trail. Accessible from McCarthy.
The Wagon Road & Toe of the Kennicott Glacier (pdf format 1.7 MB)
Easy day hike to the "Toe of the Glacier" and/or to Kennecott Mill Town. Starts near McCarthy.
Root Glacier/Erie Mine Trail (pdf format 785 KB)
Easy/Moderate day hike along the Root Glacier with a spur trail to access the glacier. This is not a trail to the Erie Mine. Starts from Kennecott.
Jumbo Mine Trail (pdf format 686 KB)
Strenuous day hike to panoramic views and remnants of the Jumbo Mine bunkhouse. Trail starts from Kennecott.
Bonanza Mine Trail (pdf format 851 KB)
Strenuous day hike to tremendous views and remnants of the Bonanza Mine bunkhouse. Trail starts from Kennecott.
Bear Resistant Food Containers
(BRFC) are required for all backcountry camping in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve. There are a few Bear Resistant Food Storage Boxes located north of Kennecott for campers. However, you are still required to use a BRFC.