Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails near Anchorage with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
8 days ago

Very pleasant boardwalk except for loud traffic and nearby shooting range. Ducks and salmon. Sept 8, 2018.

walking
24 days ago

Love this trail for a quick walk! We only had about an hour to walk so it was perfect! We saw the salmon and lots of ducks! It was perfect for our toddler!

Very nice boardwalk, scenic view. Many birds, including bald eagle. Salmon in small stream. Some moose and bear sightings.

Very pretty boardwalk...even saw a moose!

birding
1 month ago

Great spot to see breeding Rusty Blackbirds

walking
2 months ago

Easy walk, but guaranteed some wildlife or beautiful view

birding
2 months ago

Really beautiful short boardwalk trail. We saw a moose and her baby!

on Goose Lake Trail

walking
2 months ago

Nice trail!!

hiking
3 months ago

Super chill, fun to watch animals, and just relax.

Nice views. Very pleasant easy walk. Took the side trail to see some of the changes the earthquake caused. That trail was easy to get a little lost on.

Easy and beautiful views! Totally worth it!

walking
4 months ago

Very easy trail, if you follow the creek towards the bay, the trail turns pretty muddy. If you follow it upstream, the trail is all paved. There are plenty of benches to sit on, the trail is lighted. It goes all the way to the fish hatchery on Reeve Blvd. There are several areas to overlook the creek and ways down to the creek for fishing. Family friendly, wheel chair friendly.

walking
4 months ago

Super easy walk, as it’s just a boardwalk and not an actual trail. Great for those with young children, elderly or those who cannot handle trails / hiking but want the views!
Beautiful views of the mountains!!

walking
4 months ago

This is a very easy 1.3 mile loop around Goose Lake. This trail also takes you past UAA on an easy loop. Dogs welcome on leashes, trail is all asphalt and kept up decently. There was no snow or ice on trail when I went. Park is open 9am-9pm. Free parking. At the parking area you can also take the trail and venture off onto Chester Creek Trail. Near the beach area is a kids park and playground equipment.

Trail was iced over. Made for a slippery walk. Should have brought my micro spikes

walking
11 months ago

Mosquitoes can be thick in the wooded sections.

trail running
Friday, September 01, 2017

Easy trail located right on JBER across from the Buckner fitness center. Just over 4 miles that takes you around the Army Airfield. Lots of wildlife and flowers out there so enjoy the views. Easy to follow trail and marked every .5 miles. Family friendly, wheel chair accessible, and dogs welcome on a leash.

walking
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Easy loop trail with scenic overlook of Anchorage.

walking
Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Cute boardwalk.

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Lovely views of the sea and mountains with Anchorage sewn into the middle. We didn't see any moose but birds filled the air with song. Watch for bikes on multi-purpose portions.

walking
Monday, May 01, 2017

Very easy walk, little windy so bring a jacket, but very pretty. Bring a camera. No animals allowed, free parking. Family friendly, wheelchair access.

hiking
Sunday, April 23, 2017

Easy wide trail for hiking and biking

walking
Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Its a short walk with a great view of Anchorage. Very kid friendly, a good amount of people. A warm up before doing one of the other trails out of the parking lot.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

My go-to running spot!

on Earthquake Park

Saturday, October 08, 2016

visited many times for walks and viewing 2013 thru 2015. great place for pics.

walking
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Very easy walk, that leads to a small over look that looks out over the Knik Arm and Anchorage. This trail meets up with the Coastal Trail at an interesting intersection. Very short, very easy, family friendly that could lead to an all day long walk along the water. Go to Anchorage or to Kincaid Park, the choice is yours.

walking
10 days ago

hiking
15 days ago

walking
20 days ago

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