More than ever, Chena River State Recreation Area is a park for all seasons. Are you interested in a day of hiking and rock-climbing at Granite Tors? Or would you prefer to harness up the dog team and escape into the snowy horizon, or perhaps ride a 4-wheeler along a forest trail? With 397 square miles of forests, rivers, and alpine tundra, the recreation area has something to offer everyone. The variety of activities draws more than 150,000 people to the Chena River State Recreation Area every year.

Easy to do with kids. You can even have a stroller if you need to.

Nice clear path beautiful forest walk. There are signs to guide you, bathrooms at the start and nice informational signs along the way. there was a moose some else saw but we missed it.

Great trail for kids, super easy.

Thursday, May 05, 2016

This is great trail especially in winter. the lower Angle Creek is VERY swampy and wet in the summer which makes hiking the lower area difficult due to rhe hordes of hungry mosquitoes.

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Monday, September 07, 2015

This trail rocked us. It appeared to keep going up, always another hill/mountain to climb. Pack light...or else lol

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Wednesday, October 08, 2014

very fun hike, only got to scratch the surface of the hike due to loss of daylight but definitely a fun hike

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Wednesday, August 08, 2012

This trail kicked my ass... Up and down all the time. No people, great views... Didn't see any grizzlies, but plenty of mosquitoes.