The public road ends at the Kennicott River. To reach McCarthy and Kennecott, you have to walk across this footbridge and catch a local shuttle on the other side.
The Kennicott River
The Kennicott Glacier. Down at the lower end the glacier ice is covered with dirt, gravel and rocks and doesn't look much like a glacier.
The Kennecott mines were located up on the mountainsides above the town. Cable tramways brought the ore down to the mill where it was crushed and sorted. The 14 story mill building is said to be the tallest wooden building in North America.
The top level of the mill where the tramway ore buckets arrived from the mines.
A couple of other views around town.
A waterfall in the middle of town.