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Rendezvous Peak Trail is a 3.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.1 mi Elevation gain 1,397 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Bird watching Running Views Wild flowers Muddy
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There is a fee to park at the trailhead.

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Catherine Schoessler
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It is a nice loop. The right side is the steeper side so we went up that way and it is muddy in some places. A beautiful view once you get to the top!

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Alou Mote
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Steep all the way up but gorgeous views

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Daniel Libassi
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Janna Beasley
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Nice steady incline to the peak. Views are great

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Shelly Inda
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Great trail for a beautiful fall day! A climb at the peak, but the views were amazing! No bugs! A little bit of loose rock to manage on the climb down.

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Josh Turn
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HikingFeeGreat!No shade

Great hike with easy trail leading to the top. Gorgeous views

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Rachel Endress
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907 Camy
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HikingFeeGreat!

Great hike up, trails clear, blueberry picking going on all around. Parking fee $5/day, $25/year. Gates close at 10pm.

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Marie Lukhtanov
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Great trail, a little steeper than Mt Gordon Lyons, but still pretty doable. Gorgeous views from the top, took the loop around the backside and followed the ski lifts on the way down. A few muddy spots, not too bad.

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Chicho Ocariz
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steep up and steep down. but what views!

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Jayson Hebert
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Jennifer Frysz
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Jon Phillips
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Good day. Overcast, but despite the forecast for rain, it was dry and cool. Trail is dry as well.

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Michelle A
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Always a favorite for us, rain or shine.

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Loren Hill
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Sierra G
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Very pretty hike but the elevation can make it more difficult if you are not used to it. We went up about 1.5 miles to the top of the first mountain and walked back down the same way. I would have really struggled making it to the top of the loop but the view was very much worth it.

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Kayla Schreck
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Terribly bumpy drive up, but once you’re there the views are amazing! Great experience overall! Nice and easy to the top!

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Alexandra Catozzi
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Worst road to a trail ever! Very hard on vehicles but gorgeous views

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Emily Rickman
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Awesome hike! Saw some cool clouds and could see a bunch of other trails that we wanted to do from our summit. What a good time, a little treat at the top!

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Taylor Stack
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Jessica Conway
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If you make it past the bone jarring drive up to the parking lot, the trail starts to the left of the fee station. There are a few good hikes in this area but that road is a nightmare. I feel like my teeth are going to fall out and I can’t wait to take out my frustration from that ridiculous road on the trails :). That’s the main reason this gets 2 stars, not 3. Views are great but it was very foggy this evening so we didn’t see much this time. There are so many little side trails that lead to nowhere (from all the berry picking) that it’s easy to get off trail in the beginning. This could be done easily with kids until you get to the saddle, then it becomes pretty steep. Still doable with kids if they’re used to hiking, don’t need to be carried/worn in a pack, and actually enjoy it. I would not feel comfortable with a baby on my back on the trail past the saddle though. We have a deuter kid comfort 3 that I’ve used for both my kids (youngest is now 2), and I just feel that section of the trail was probably a little too steep and I’d worry about getting off balance or slipping and falling/rolling down.

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Alexa Donahe
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Just went up to the saddle and back, quick couple miles. There were lots of families on the trail, it felt busy. Muddy in some spots.

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