The Copper River Valley is fun. More is what this place is all about. More rivers, more fish, more mountains, more trails, more wildlife, and, well ... LESS people. Skip the crowds and get lost down a dirt road in the Copper River Valley.
Ruins at the old Kennecott Copper Mine. The town of Kennicott is located 60 miles East of Chitina along a road that once was the railroad bed. Daily Tours take you through this fascinating building giving you a unique insight into the daily life's of the Copper mill workers.
Worthington Glacier in Thompson Pass looking into the Copper River Valley.
The road is the Richardson Highway that stretches between Valdez and Fairbanks. The Rich is the main artery of the Copper River Valley and many destinations are located by the mile marker.
A fun few hours of fishing on the Klutina River. The King runs here are the best kept secret in Alaska! A guided fishing trip is the key to a great time and exciting memories. Check out www.klutinacharters.com!
Bernard Creek Trail in the near Copper Center is an adventure for sure. There is a cabin 5 miles in and the views are spectacular!.
Your True Alaska Playground! Ain't no big City here!
Summer Fun & Adventure
- Tours and Fishing Charters
- Gift Shops
- McCarthy & Kennicott
- The Richardson Highway between Valdez and Fairbanks
- 1899 Trans-Alaska Military Trail and Wagon Road
Other Information to Check out
- Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
- Copper Oar Adventures via Rafts
- St. Elias Alpine Guides - Day Adventures, Learn to Ice Climb and Expeditions