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Andrew Garzel reviewed Anchorage Overlook Trail
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Jen Christopherson reviewed Dock Point Trail
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Hiking

Great trail, take the left fork following the water and then when it ends, climb up the hill and walk the trail along the ridge line! Stunning views! Sun popped out making for great photos!

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HikingGreat!Over grown

Left Girdwood on Monday, 3 August, and finished at the Eagle River Nature Center at 6pm the following day. Trail was in great condition, not very muddy and well worn, easy to find. Great climb uphill for first 1.8 miles, not terribly hard. Amazing views at the Pass and further on. A few black bear sightings at a distance, lots of scat Eagle River side. Crossing was cold but only mid-thigh on morning of next day. Great trail with lots of memories. Just wish people wouldn’t leave trash or broken glass, which was only on Eagle River side.

Jen Christopherson reviewed Homestead Trail
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Great trail! Nice and wide, low tide so we were able to walk a long way out on the beach.

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Jenna Staffaroni reviewed Mount Alyeska
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HikingMuddy

Pretty view at the top, not a whole lot of lookout points. It’s fun to do the north face trail and then take the tram down.

Christie Krompel reviewed Mount Juneau
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RunningGreat!

This one comes recommended but doing it as the ‘loop’. We lucked out with a sunny day so there were quite a few people out. The climb up to Mt Juneau is not ‘too’ bad as there are switchbacks and the view up top is great. We really enjoyed the ridge line section down to Granite Creek. We then looped back in with the Perserverance Trail. Pretty muddy once we dropped into the basin for a few miles. Some snow up top.

Christie Krompel reviewed Gavan Hill Trail
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RunningGreat!

We loved this! Made a loop out of it circling over to Harbor down the dirt road and back via Sitka Cross Trail (~19 miles). We saw very few people and flowers up top. If you only have a few days in Sitka, this would be our recommendation

Jeff Boudreaux reviewed Portage Pass Trail
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Hiking

The trail was easy to follow even though we hiked during relentless rain. It’s not worth doing unless you hike all the way to Portage Lake, but if you’re committed to going the full distance, hike it regardless of the weather because the glacier is incredibly picturesque in all conditions.

Jeff Boudreaux reviewed Twin Peaks Trail
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Hiking

The views of Eklutna Lake are unmatched, but the trail itself is otherwise mediocre

Gaynor Johansen reviewed Horsetail Falls Trail
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Not an easy hike, and more than 2 miles. It can also get very slippery, my dad fell/slipped 3 times. It is more than a mile one way to get to just a platform but no actual waterfalls even though I think there was a small “path” that kept going. Not at all what I was expecting from reading other reviews or pictures. Tons of blueberries along the trail though so that was pretty cool.

Annie Enderle reviewed Mount Baldy Trail
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I love the switch backs and the views on the climb. The actual Mt. Baldy

Micz Staynes reviewed Lion's Head Trail
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Hard let thank I thought.

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Jenna Staffaroni reviewed Flattop Mountain Trail
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Beautiful views! Towards the top it’s pretty rocky and can get slick in the rain, but well worth the trek! Took us 1 hr to hike up, 1 hr at the top enjoying the view, and about 40 min to hike down. There was also a big bull moose on the trail.

Ashlee Allen reviewed Pioneer Ridge Trail
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HikingGreat!

Epic hike! I wanted to do this one for the physical challenge, but the views make it even better. It has incredible views once you’re above the first picnic table. At 5,300 ft. there’s a big snow field with a stream if you don’t want to carry all your water. The scramble wasn’t too bad. I can see how some people get scared, but I thought it was doable.

B M reviewed April Bowl Trail
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Short little trail with plenty of enjoyable spots to stop and enjoy the view.

Eric W reviewed Taiga Trail
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Lots of wildlife...beavers and a moose!

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Allison Gedney reviewed Mount Alyeska
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HikingGreat!No shadeRocky

Great views. Some muddy spots No wild life. Blueberry about 3/4 way up. Took the free tram down. It’s steep the whole way and has only a few areas of poor footing. I would call this moderate to hard. We got up in 67 minutes with some breaks.

Andrew Mattingly reviewed O'Malley Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeScramble

Awesome trail. Very steep to the saddle, flat up top, then steep up the peak. Overall had a great hike and made good time which was surprising considering how many times I went off trail and took long breaks. Finished the whole thing in about 4.5hrs, only spent about 3.5hrs moving. Would definitely rate it as hard, but certainly worth the challenge as the view at the end is the best I’ve seen yet.

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Hiking

Too many mosquitos, cut the hike short.

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Jamie Rinehart reviewed Angel Rocks Trail
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This hike will get your blood pumping. It’s doable for most anyone but there is some incline! I didn’t go up the boardwalk but think that is the more gradual side to go up. Along the river was a little mud and some mosquitoes. The view at the top is great so it’s worth it! Trailhead is well marked from the road and there are pit toilets. There is a parking fee but think it was only 5.00. I would definitely recommend this hike!

Jamie Rinehart reviewed McKinley Station Trail
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This is a nice little hike. All abilities can do this as it is a gradual incline, well marked, and maintained. I would recommend starting in the Riley picnic area so you can go along the river. We did out and back and was at 3.4 miles.

Mary T. reviewed Peak 2
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Sunnyside up the ridge to peak 2.. 2 hrs

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