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Best trails in Kincaid Park

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Explore the most popular trails in Kincaid Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Accessibility: There are wheelchair accessible restrooms at the main parking lot.

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Top trails (4)
#1 - Tony Knowles Coastal Path
Kincaid Park
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Length: 19.7 mi • Est. 8 h 45 m
The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail (AKA the Coastal Trail) is one of Anchorage, Alaska's gems. Start your trip downtown and travel to Kincaid Park, or vice versa. This is an easy-going, beautiful stroll. The trail is designated as multi-use, meaning it is open to cross-country skiers, bikers, and pedestrians. Dogs must legally be kept on-leash. However, expect to run into off-leash dogs as this law is frequently not observed. Accessibility: This trail has a smooth, paved surface and is typically at least five feet wide. The average grade is 2% and the max grade is 9% at the end of the trail (approximately the last 0.2 miles). In the winter, the surface may be slippery due to snow and ice and special wheelchair or stroller tires may be required.Show more
#2 - Kincaid Park: Lekisch Trail
Kincaid Park
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Length: 5.6 mi • Est. 2 h 42 m
Kincaid Park has about 60 km of interwoven trails, with almost 20km being lit up at night. The Lekisch Trail, named after a promising high school athlete who died in Chugach State Park in 1987, is one of the trails. There are some ups and downs on the trail, so it's probably good for someone slightly above beginner level. The trail is for skiing only during the winter. After ski season, it's open to bikes and walkers. Dogs on leash are allowed outside of ski season also. Nice views of Cook Inlet too.Show more
#3 - Margaux's and Mize Loop
Kincaid Park
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Length: 4.4 mi
#4 - Sisson Loop
Kincaid Park
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Length: 6.8 mi • Est. 3 h 8 m