Rabbit Lake Trail

MODERATE 20 reviews
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Rabbit Lake Trail is a 8.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, camping, and backpacking.

8.7 miles
1791 feet
Out & Back







The route to Rabbit Lake is a long, moderate climb up an old road bed that eventually turns to singletrack. Your reward for the long climb is that the trail ends at a gorgeous alpine lake. The area is popular in the summer with hikers and skiers in the winter, so you'll likely not be the only one on the trail.

11 minutes ago

This is a great hike for beginners and intermediate hikers. Not for the extreme unless they want a leisurely hike. I like the incline at the first half and the level part on the 2nd half to the lake. Scenery is beautiful just like all of Alaska.

5 days ago

Relatively easy hike. Pretty flat as well

6 days ago

8 days ago

Easy hike nice walk through the valley. Next time I'll bring my swimming trunks!

15 days ago

15 days ago

The temp was nice until we got deeper into the valley. It got really cold and really windy. The lake was still frozen and the edges were starting to melt. The most amazing sound I've ever heard is the sound of the ice moving and clanking against itself- so soothing, so mesmerizing.

18 days ago

Muddy and snowy in some areas. But definitely worth it!

20 days ago

Fun trail was a bit muddy in spots but over all a great hike, plenty of uphill but worth the pay off

1 month ago

Beautiful trail!

2 months ago

5 months ago

I like it but it's a 4-5 hr hike. Sometimes windy. But a beautiful view on a sunny warm day.

5 months ago

10 months ago

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