Sheridan Mountain Trail

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Sheridan Mountain Trail est un sentier allez-retour de 4.1 miles peu fréquenté situé près de Cordova, Alaska. Le sentier vous offrira la possibilité d'observer la faune et sa difficulté est évaluée comme difficile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée et sa meilleure utilisation est de juin à septembre.

Distance: 4.1 miles Dénivelé: 1,902 feet Type d'itinéraire: Aller-retour

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vue panoramique

faune

boueux

rocheux

neige

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5 months ago

Difficult trail, but the most rewarding views at the top. It was 2.70 miles one way. The beginning is deceiving and it gets harder the further you hike. I recommend hiking shoes with good tread as it is slippery some times. My 11 y.o. did it with no problem.

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5 months ago

Trail is in extremely good condition for how little use it gets. All kinds of conditions from deep forest, muddy holes, roots and rocks, boardwalks with repurposed netting to add friction, muskeg meadows, avalanche chutes with overgrown brush, rock scree slopes, and high alpine meadows. The trail grade is variable (see topo) but generally consistent until the avalanche chute and scree slope. Hikers must pay attention on the scree, focus on the cairns, and make sure to connect cairns to cairn or cairns to trail. Folks without routefinding skills in high alpine pay extra attention to these features. The trail is always able to be found, but there are places where it's easy to go off the trail. This is one of the most gorgeous trails I have ever hiked.

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5 months ago

The trail starts near the glacier and is easy for the first 2/3 of the trail. There are numerous improved stream crossings and two lovely waterfalls. Lots of blueberries and salmonberries.

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Sun Jul 29 2018