Turnagain Arm Trail is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Indian, Alaska that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
wonderful EZ trail with amazing views.
The section from McHugh Creek to Potter Marsh was closed today (5/31/16) due to a bear feeding on a moose kill.
Awesome trail, ups and downs views of the inlet
Nice and easy hike. A lot of roots so watch where you step. A lot of trail runners with dogs on trail. Some bear scat but didn't see any bears. There was s moose on the trail with mama moose z little further away.
Gorgeous day hike and beautiful sunsets.
It was great and easy, I had my puppy with me and she loved it to. We go pretty much twice a month.
Easy trail hike. We went from potters to rainbow and back. Ran into 4 black bears which included 2 cubs, definitely be alert. Great views of the arm for sure.
Used to hike this and then head to the long burned down Bird House Tavern. In case you remember the Bird House and are sad to see it go, it has been recreated by part owner, Chilkoot Charlie's on Spenard Rd. in Anchorage. It will amaze you how well they recreated it. Okay, back to the trail. Hike it. The view is much better from the highway and you will feel better about leaving your car behind.
Awesome trail not too easy like Tbird falls but not too difficult with spectacular views!