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cross country skiing
11 days ago

very beautiful during the winter. dogs are allowed and most are not on leashes. you do share the trail with bike riders, sled dogs, and cross country skiing.. Didnt see any wild animals but thats not to say they didnt see me or hear me..lol

I like it but it's a 4-5 hr hike. Sometimes windy. But a beautiful view on a sunny warm day.

cross country skiing
19 days ago

cross country skiing
19 days ago

on Rabbit Lake Trail

hiking
22 days ago

Hiked 12/12/16. Main trail was in great shape with lots of traffic from hikers and sleds but the trail head going up Eklutna mountain had quite a bit of snow and only one set of tracks. Made it to the top and decided to hike the ridgeline towards Bear Mt and come down that trail cut off. It was in significantly better shape. Great views up top!

hiking
1 month ago

Some of the best views in the area and more accessible than Pyramid. Great views of Dutch, Bunker Hill and Pyramid Peak. Permits can be purchased from the Ounalashka Corp. on their website. https://www.ounalashka.com/land-use/land-use-permit/

hiking
1 month ago

Nice little hike with awesome 360 views of the three main bays in the area. Very little traffic so you will usually have the bunker to yourself.

Amazing views and just an all around awesome hike! No matter how many times I climb that mountain it never gets old!

1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Explored this trail on 21 November 2016. There was a lot of ice, especially on the steeper faces but most had the cable guards to assist in climbing. We got a late start around 9:00 and headed back at 12:00 when we reached the last tall peak before the descent to the caves. It's worth a trip.

This is a well-trafficked, easy trail. If you are in the area, it is well worth a quick hike to see this glacier. The trail is well-defined, with moderate inclines. Watch it at the top, if you decide to go playing about on the glacier and the surrounding boulder fields! I helped a man with broken ribs down to the trail head. It's a mean play ground!