This Breathtaking Hike In Alaska Will Take You Straight To An Abandoned Mine

In the Wrangell-St Elias National Park, there are many amazing trails that lead to historic spots. The Bonanza Mine Trail is a long, steep hike that rewards you with views of the valley below you, including the towns of McCarthy and Kennicott. This absolutely stunning hike ends at an old historic mine, and every step is worth the end reward.

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Address: Kennicott, McCarthy, AK 99566, USA