North Bridget Cove Trail is a 3.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Juneau, Alaska that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length3.2 miElevation gain377 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingWalkingForestViewswild-flowersWildlife
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Sarah Schmidt
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Hiking

Great and fun trail. Wet and muddy but worth it!

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Cyndy Rutto
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Lovely!

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Ashleigh Ewing
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Hiking

Fun trail with great variety!

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Gwen Lockwood
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Hiking

We hiked this trail on a two night camping trip to the camping cove cabin. Definitely a fun hike. There are a couple areas that are slightly difficult to maneuver through, but it is an easy hike overall. It alternates between forest area and a beach trail. There are nice beach views of the water along the trail.

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Eric Bleicher
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Not too shabby of a hike at all! There are three nice view spots & the trail alternates between beach/forest - the latter being open in the first section and pretty thick in the second. On the last 1/3mi or so there are some blind corners and the trail gets pretty narrow due to vegetation growth; there’s also a couple places where you need to utilize exposed roots to get up/down, and they’ll be sketchy if it’s wet. If you take kids with you, really take your time in those spots. There are a couple visible private properties on the beaches along the tree line. Also, very fresh bear sign in two places right on the trail in that last section as of this afternoon, so stay aware and make lots of noise on the blind corners.

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Brian McCarthy
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Michael S
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Debbie Guillory
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Debbie Guillory
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Tawney Marshall
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Tawney Marshall
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Tawney Marshall
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