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Mike Sharpe reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Hiking

Well consolidated snow on the trail, at least to mile 1.5...

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Kaleb Notte reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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HikingSnow

The trail is blocked about a half mile back from the trailhead. There is a x-country trail set up, so be mindful where you step. My fiancé and I broke the trail almost up to the mine (~1.6 miles), so it should be fairly nice going up to that point if it doesn’t dump more. I would highly recommend snowshoes.

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Michael Howard reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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45+ mph winds. The lake is at the very base of suicide peak but it is worth every step. The trail is packed in nicely but snowshoes are recommended for the last 1.5 miles

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The trail was in great shape overall, a couple spots where microspikes were very helpful.

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Kaleb Notte reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Kaleb Notte reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Brandee Celeste reviewed Eklutna Lakeside Trail
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HikingGreat!

Truly spectacular. Cannot miss this one if you are in the area.

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BackpackingIcyMuddySnow

Went out late so didn’t make it all the way up. Well maintained but muddy in some places although manageable without waterproof shoes in dry weather but wouldn’t recommend it in snow without waterproof boots and nano or micro spikes. Plenty of water sources. I camped it around mile 6 upward, no good flat spots for a good portion of the trail so don’t end up like me...and make sure to plan a contingency camp area!

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Hiking

We hiked the trail on a chilly but clear October midday. The first half is ok, but from the split up it gets more interesting. We took the mine ruins side up, which worked but the trail is hard to follow as you get closer to the lake, we had to track boot prints for a while. It also got very skinny and icy with a sheer rocky drop off with some wind, so yeah we made it, just be ready. But there are several half frozen waterfalls that you couldn’t really see from the other trail. The lake was was like glass, just starting to freeze over. And we saw some back country skiers hiking up an epic run in the hills above. Great half day hike.

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Beautiful snow fall!

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Cherry Acha reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Great hike with beautiful views

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beautiful!

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Lisa Kim reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Viresh Gehlawat reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Hiking

Very little elevation - long and easy. It was chilly at the lake but the best part was that we spotted 4 moose along the way and a black bear family on top of a hill.

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HikingGreat!

Starting to see more and more snow on the peaks and the views are amazing! The trail felt on the easier side of a moderate difficulty level.

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Shirley McCaa reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyOff trail
First to Review

The Upper Winner Creek Trail to Blueberry Pass is a stellar hike by itself, with a great variety of scenery and a gradual grade, almost easy for Alaskan standards. Moderate mud and leaves in mid-Oct and water crossings still a factor, waterproof shoes/boots suggested but not required. Be forewarned, there is not an established route to Longspur Falls once you reach Blueberry Pass, and you will have to do cross-country route finding over spongy tundra, although it's fairly flat with occasional short, steep grades depending on your route. We camped at Blueberry Pass, and planned to do a quick out-and-back to the falls with daypacks before packing up camp and heading home, but we only made it about a mile toward the falls before turning back due to weather/lack of daylight/uncertainty about route. Looks very doable, just plan to move pretty slow after Blueberry Pass. Great hike to bring doggos but beware the Upper Winner Creek Trail is frequented by mountain bikers, so stay alert!

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Sarah M reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful views! Those winds are no joke though. Consider bringing a gaiter to keep your face shielded — we walked away with a fair amount of windburn!

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Daniel Campa reviewed Eklutna Lakeside Trail
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Off Road Driving

The trail was amazing with great views of the mountains and the lake. The trail is rock and gravel with a few puddles to splash through depending on the weather and fun with an atv. At mile 12, there is a great waterfall to take a picture of with small trail along its stream that leads to the base of the waterfall. At the end, mile marker 12.7, there is another foot trail that could be taken that follows the river further upstream. I don’t know how far it goes, but if taken it has a great shot of the river. There are also campsites in the area along the trail. There are bears in the area and I saw one off the trail in May so do take a means of protection. The atv trail is also only open Sunday -Wednesday and closed the other days I believe; made the mistake on going on a Saturday and having to wait a day.

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HikingGreat!

Great workout with amazing views. Easily one of the best hikes in terms of awesome views/effort ratio. Continue past the Crystal lake for a mile to access the glacier.

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Holly Barnes White reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Hiking

This trail would have been a fun hike. But dang that wind. After you get out of tree cover, the winds are no joke. I’m talking had to be like 40 mph straight line winds hitting you straight on. It felt like walking through sand. But man did those same winds push us on the way out.

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Amelia Bethell reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Windy

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Cassandra Smith reviewed Rabbit Lake Trail
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Mountain bikingMuddyRocky

Mountain biked - Very rocky, portions of the trail were shallow streams so got very wet as well. Really hard going up (overestimated my biking ability) but with a combo of biking and hike-a-bike we made it out to the lake. Lake is beautiful and worth the trek! Really fun biking on the way down! Made the trek up worth it

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