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AK

Beaver Creek Water Trail

180.00 Miles
Location: In Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Type: Backcountry
Water Trail

Uses: Boating, Motorized
Boating, non-motorized: Canoeing
Boating, non-motorized: Kayaking
Boating, non-motorized: Rafting
Camping
Dogs - Mushing
Dogs - Off leash
Fishing
Heritage and History
Hunting
Motorized vehicles - Snowmobiling
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Rock Climbing
Snow - Cross-country Skiing
Snow - Snowshoeing
Wildlife Observation

Agency:

The Beaver Creek Water Trail flows through a beautiful, remote area of interior Alaska within the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge. Beaver Creek (291 miles) is the only river segment in the Refuge that has been designated as a component of the National Wild and Scenic River System; it was designated specifically as a “wild river.” The first 111 miles of the Wild River segment are within the White Mountain National Recreation Area (south of the Refuge) and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. The final 16 miles of the Wild River segment are in the Refuge; however, Beaver Creek continues to flow north then westward for another 164 miles before draining into the Yukon River. There are no roads or services until you reach the Yukon River bridge on the Dalton Highway which is another 65 miles from the confluence of Beaver Creek and the Yukon River....

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Anchorage County, AK

Bird to Gird Pathway / Indian to Girdwood Trail

13.00 Miles
Location: Mile 90 to Mile 103 Seward Highway, Just up above Seward Hwy, connecting Girdwood to Indian, overlooking Turnagain Arm.
Type: Snow Trail
Rail Trail

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Bicycling (off pavement)
Camping
Camping
Dogs - Mushing
Dogs - On leash
Fishing
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Roller/Inline Skating
Skateboarding

Agency: State

Mountains, glaciers, beluga whales, and ocean views are a few of the spectacular sights you can take in on the Firdwood to Indian Pathway. Known to locals as the 'Bird to Gird' this trail was recentl...

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Municipality of Anchorage County, AK

Campbell Tract Loop Trail

3.40 Miles
Location: Anchorage, AK, In east Anchorage, off Abbott Loop Road at east 68th Avenue.
Type: Greenway

Uses: Dogs - Mushing
Dogs - On leash
Fishing
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: Bureau of Land Management

The boreal-forested summer and winter Campbell Tract Loop Trail found within BLM's
Campbell Tract Special Recreation Management Area is a critical link between urban Anchorage
trails and surro...

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AK

Crane Lake

0.30 Miles
Location: In the Tongass National Forest, south of Petersburg on Mitkof Island.
Type:
Uses:
Agency: USDA Forest Service

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Ketchikan, Gateway, Borough County, AK

Deer Mountain-John Mountain Trail

11.00 Miles
Location: Tongass National Forest, Misty Fiords Ranger District, At beginning in Ketchikan, connects Blue Lake, Upper Silvis Lake, and the shoreline of George Inlet.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Camping
Dogs - On leash
Fishing
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Snow - Cross-country Skiing
Snow - Snowshoeing
Wildlife Observation

Agency: USDA Forest Service

Towering 3000 feet above the waterfront, the summit of Deer Mountain is one of Ketchikan's most familiar landmarks. Climbing to the top is also the most popular hike out of Ketchikan, since the trail...

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Lake and Peninsula Borough, Kodiak Island Borough County, AK

Kanatak Trail

5.00 Miles
Location: In Becharof National Wildlife Refuge, on the Alaska Peninsula in Southwest Alaska. The western end of the trail begins at the southern end of Island Arm in Becharof Lake. The trail crosses over the coastal mountains through Kanatak Pass, 1,000 feet in e
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Camping
Fishing
Heritage and History
Hunting
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Wildlife Observation

Agency: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

The Kanatak Trail is a route used for centuries to cross the coastal mountains of the Alaska Peninsula. This unique trail honors the resourceful people of the Peninsula, and provides an unusual recreational experience for today's wilderness visitor. The 5 mile trail climbs 1,000 feet over the Kanatak Pass between the Pacific Ocean and Becharof Lake. Views over the rugged, layered coastal range, tundra and beach wildflowers, and wildlife encounters shape the experience....

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AK

Mendenhall Glacier Moraine Ecology Trail

1.50 Miles
Location: Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area; Tongass National Forest, Starts at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center just west of Juneau.
Type: Nature Trail

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Bicycling (off pavement)
Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Snow - Cross-country Skiing
Snow - Snowshoeing
Wildlife Observation

Agency: USDA Forest Service

The Moraine Ecology Trail at Mendenhall Glacier takes the traveler back in time to trace the path of plant succession in the wake of the glacier's retreat. As nitrogen-fixing shrubs give way to mixed...

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AK

Mt. Edgecombe

7.00 Miles
Location: Near Sitka on Kruzof Island. Starts at Fred’s Creek Cabin.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Camping
Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: USDA Forest Service

The Mt. Edgecumbe Trail leads seven miles from a remote ocean beach to the summit of Mt. Edgecumbe, a Mt. Fuji-like volcano that is the scenic centerpiece for Sitka, Alaska.

The trail is loca...

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Ketchikan, Gateway, Borough County, AK

Naha River Trail

5.40 Miles
Location: Near Ketchikan at Naha Bay.
Type: Backcountry

Uses:
Agency: USDA Forest Service

The trail varies from a nearly flat boardwalk over the lower 2.5 miles to a moderately steep grade for the next four miles to Heckman Lake.

June through September are the most popular hiking m...

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Juneau City, Borough County, AK

Perseverance Trail

3.00 Miles
Location: Juneau, Alaska
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running

Agency: State

NRT follows ridges above timber line in the vastness of interior Alaska....

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AK

Petersburg Lake

6.50 Miles
Location: Just west of Petersburg, follows Petersburg Creek upstream.
Type:
Uses:
Agency: USDA Forest Service

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Fairbanks County, AK

Pinnell Mountain Trail

27.30 Miles
Location: 50 miles NE of Fairbanks on north side of AL 6.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Camping
Dogs - On leash

Agency: Bureau of Land Management

NRT follows ridges above timber line in the vastness of interior Alaska....

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AK

Resurrection Pass

39.00 Miles
Location: In the Chugach National Forest connects Sterling Hwy north to trailhead above Hope on the Turnagain Arm.
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Camping
Dogs - On leash
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Roller/Inline Skating

Agency: USDA Forest Service

Resurrection Pass Trail, located on the Seward Ranger District, Chugach National Forest, is a road-accessible trail popular year round. Its popularity is due to the significant amount of diverse oppo...

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AK

St. Paul Island High Bluffs Trail

6.00 Miles
Location: St. Paul Island, Pribilof Archipelago, Bering Sea
Type: Backcountry

Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Motorized vehicles - ATV riding
Motorized vehicles - Four wheel drive
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Snow - Snowshoeing
Wildlife Observation

Agency: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

St. Paul Island is located more than 300 miles from mainland Alaska in the heart of the Bering Sea. The community of St. Paul has 650 residents of mostly Native Aleut ancestry and receives hundreds of...

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Kenai Peninsula Borough County, AK

Swan Lake Canoe Route

60.00 Miles
Location: In Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, N side of Kenai Peninsula, E of Kenai. (recertified 1993)
Type: Water Trail

Uses: Boating, non-motorized: Canoeing
Boating, non-motorized: Kayaking
Camping
Fishing
Hunting
Wildlife Observation

Agency: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

The Swan Lake Canoe Route 30 lakes linked with the main branch and the West Fork of the Moose River in an interconnecting system of waterways and portages. This forms a canoe route of about 60 miles, though many shorter excursions are possible and even likely. ...

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