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Sierra Winter Cody Smith reviewed Matanuska Experiment Farm Loop
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Hiking

Don’t let the length of this hike intimidate you. There are plenty of places to turn around and the trail is wide open. I really didn’t want to run today but I made myself do 1 mile and I’m glad I did. Getting back into it.

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Daniela Hernandez reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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Hiking

Gorgeous hike, it is a little bit more than the 13 miles (~15 miles). It is a pretty easy hike, you can do it in 6hrs

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C B. reviewed Campbell Creek Trail
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Hiking

It’s good for what it is; a paved trail in a city. A really pleasant stroll through woods and by a creek and wetlands. No spectacular views or anything, but that’s okay.

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Jon Phillips reviewed Mount Gordon Lyons Trail
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Hiking

Dry, not busy, perfect day.

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John Ross reviewed Kincaid Trails
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Hiking
Rylan McAdam reviewed Mount Gordon Lyons Trail
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HikingFeeGreat!
Charlie Morse reviewed April Bowl Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Alexa Donahe reviewed Tony Knowles Coastal Path
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Road bikingGreat!
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Chelsea Cassell reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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Matt Salisbury reviewed Resurrection Pass Trail
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddyWashed out

Very buggy when camping, a lot of mud. Did it from hope to cooper landing in 2.5 days. Camped at devils creek area in the pass and just past romig cabin. Caught a trout at Swan lake, the cabins were awesome, we did not stay at them. Was a great time! Construction near copper landing, trail work near trout and Juneau lake

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Hiking

Pretty tame trail. Bring bug spray.

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William Diebold reviewed Resurrection Pass Trail
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Hiked 7/26-7/30. stayed at the Juneau and Fox Creek cabins. Trail and cabins were wonderful. There were a few muddy spots but not bad enough or frequent enough to require gaiters. Cabins were in good order as well. The only real negative was the flies, so many flies. It was like something out of a horror movie and nothing would make them go away; they bite too.

Jackie Hollander reviewed Tony Knowles Coastal Path
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Hiking

Took off from Snow City Cafe and looped back to Airbnb awesome ride!

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Mountain biking
First to Review

Later part of the trail towards Tudor was under maintenance so watch out for cones and piles of dirt if you are biking

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Hiking

There are two ways to get up to the peak. Near point trail itself is very muddy. If you follow the original recording going up, the trail is much drier and feels safer because it is more open. Ended up getting off the trail for a bit coming down so make sure you watch the trail listed instead of following what looks like an obvious trail. The peak itself is beautiful.

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Zachery Money reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!
Scotti Steele reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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Hiking

A real (average hiker) girl’s guide to staying at the Dale Clemens cabin at Lost Lake... First let’s just put it out there that the cabin is not at Lost Lake. Miles and miles away from it in fact! There is no immediate water source other than your tears from when you finally reached the cabin from a Primrose side approach (12.3 miles). It’s a gorgeous cabin with sweeping views of Seward’s little hamlet of a town and the gauzy wonder of Resurrection Bay. There is a nice big deck section under the cabin that was covered in odd whatnots from construction but if a guy was to tidy up it could easily be converted into a rocking dance floor for 8-10 of your closest Covid free peeps. Oil stove heats things up perfectly on first setting, trust yourself that you can get it started via the 27 steps instruction guide. Zero bugs. You think I’m lying. For reals, some industrial pesticide must have been top secret dusted by the military. No bugs?! Blew me away! If you do indeed decide to shoulder your 40# pack and leave a car at the LL TH so you can drive other car to Primrose campground you should double check you didn’t leave the key to the LL TH car in the Primrose one. (Special thanks to the cool Italian guy who let me hitchhike back to Primrose with him!) The 12.3 miles from Primrose to cabin are not hard, when you hear the waterfall at approx mile 3 DO TAKE THE DETOUR! It’s a little side trail (3 min walk) to see it! What’s life without a detour once in a while? The trail has lots of seemingly endless uphill but just as it begins to break your spirit you rise above tree level, flatten out and suddenly burst into Julie Andrews renditions. Gorgeous! Just enough through traffic of people to feel a sense of human ownership of the trail. No bears were seen but plenty of their scat was noted. Also, I have a very small English pointer who joined us and had a freaky encounter on the winter trail with a huge hawk or owl that swooped in at him as if to carry him away! Let’s chat about the winter trail. So from the Lost Lake trail head you can come up via the summer trail (6ish miles to cabin) which is a very well-maintained and frequently used trail. However, if you had just the previous day come through 12 miles from Primrose you might be tempted to avoid backtracking to the Summer Trail and instead consider bushwhacking through on the Winter Trail which is approximately 3 miles down to the trail head from the cabin, saving you about 3 miles of hiking. I am going to say it is steep, muddy, buggy (they missed this section in the pesticide experiment) but totally doable. Even with heavy packs on. Would not recommend for smaller kids because the tall grass conjures up jungles of ‘Nam flashbacks. You might lose them in there somewhere. If I do this trip again using the cabin this is what I would do, I would hike up the Summer Trail to the cabin drop our backpacks and go on to lost lake where I would spend the day fishing and hanging out. Then backtrack to the cabin and come back down on winter trail. Giving trail 4 stars because there isn’t a lot of information to truly inform a person what they are getting into in my opinion. Trail itself is a 5 star wonder!

Kris Chhabria reviewed East Glacier Loop Trail
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Hiking

My first big one in a long time. Will do it again but will be better prepared!

Haley Baker reviewed Campbell Creek Trail
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Hiking

Not bad, little crowded sometimes. Clear path and a nice walk.

Athenia Large reviewed Campbell Gorge Hike
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Hiking

This is a nice, easy trail with lovely views of the gorge and the city. Lots of interconnecting trails so it's easy to extend your walk and/or get off track - unless you know the area, watch the alltrails map closely.

Beth Whitfield reviewed Pipeline Trail to Connell Lake
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HikingMuddy

Leisurely flat gravel walk. Lots of berries. Very muddy in places.

Andrew Mattingly reviewed The Dome
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HikingOff trail

Not sure why it’s considered a loop trail. I went to the end of the map and tried turning around and taking some magical line that was supposed to go around the ridge, but there wasn’t anything there. Should be labeled an out & back trail. But overall very enjoyable hike. The end of the map actually stops at a low peak, but the trail keeps going up along the ridge. Might have to come back and explore further later.

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Emma Arana reviewed Mount Gordon Lyons Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful. Im glad I did it today it was nice and easy hike.

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Iddo Ton reviewed Lost Lake Trail
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Hiking

Incredible long hike. Took us 7+ hours as two fit 30 something year olds, but that’s with a lot of stops, long lunch, photo opps, and chats with people on the trail. Highlights were: fresh salmon berries and blueberries to eat along the trail. Very pretty and serene lakes at your destination, flowering meadows, stunning peaks. We were warned at 2 separate points of a bear on the trail. We ended up seeing the bear from afar in the hills, so no close encounter for us. But sounds like the bears like the berries too :)

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Chantica Runyon reviewed Gold Mint Trail
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HikingMuddyOff trailOver grownRocky

We did the entire trek to Mint Hut (~9 miles one way) and it was very muddy from mile 4 to mile 7 since it had rained the day before. After mile 5 the trail became very overgrown and no real upkeep. At one point we accidentally veered to the left and into some of the boulder fields.. we should have stayed closer to the river where we eventually found the trail again. Around mile 8ish (as you begin to go more vertical) the trail alternates between boulder fields and a muddy ‘staircase’ trail. You’ll see cairns if you’re headed up the right way (it does veer to the right side - take note because this is where some people end up going left up the boulder fields and don’t get back on the path to the mint hut). When you do get to the hut make sure you hike up the ridge to the right (past Jewel Lake, the first one you come to) and continue over to check out Moonstone Lake and Mint Glacier! It’s so worth the extra mile uphill! We also had our two dogs with us and they did great!

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