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Point Bishop Dupont Trail is a 3.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Juneau, Alaska that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running.

Length 3.4 mi Elevation gain 682 ft Route type Out & Back
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Richard Monkman
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Hiking

Trail steadily deteriorating. Nice filtered views of the Channel and Douglas Island and big trees, but after the first half mile the trail is a maze of roots, rocks, and washouts. Trail Mix! A good project waiting for you.

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Abbie Carter
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Debbie Guillory
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Alyssa Helland
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Hiking

This is a fun trail. It’s very easy, it’s just technical. There are a lot of tree roots so you’re constantly looking at the ground. It’s not hard but if you’re like me and you’re a bull in a china shop and not super graceful you just have to pay attention. Great views once you get to the beach though!

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Kevin Somerville
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HikingMuddyRocky

I would say this hike is easy, the only challenge is not tripping over roots and rocks. Loved it

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Kallie Kostenko
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HikingMuddy

Great trail! Not steep but a nice hike. Lots of mud and trail is uneven.

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Shonna Roush
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HikingMuddyRocky

so beautiful, so much fun! lots of rocks, tree roots, and MUD! very uneven, but not too hard.

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Melo TRAVieso
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Tree down near beginning of trail that you have to climb over. Muddy, slippery conditions the day I went.

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Kira Phillips
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this is a wet difficult trail. lots of exposed roots and muddy spots. few board walks are slippery, I did fall into one of the falls but was quickly pulled out. do not go alone. the trail at some spots is extremely narrow and a wrong step could mean tumbling down several feet. this needs updated as difficult

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Emma Hansen
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Not sure how this trail is marked as “easy”. Constant exposed roots, fallen trees you have to climb over, muddy conditions. It’s a trail I would label as “moderate” difficulty. Don’t hike this one alone.

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Karly Brooks
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Definitely bear activity! Beautiful beach at the end!

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Chad Andersen
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SharLyne Sidlo
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Greg Williams
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Alex Sargent
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Tina Martin
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Alex Sargent
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James Baird
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