A 7.1-mile out-and-back trail near Whittier, Alaska. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 2 h 26 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, mountain biking, and paddle sports.
Features: Wheelchair friendly, Kid friendly, Stroller friendly, Hiking, Mountain biking, Paddle sports, Snowshoeing, Walking, Forest, Lake, Partially paved, Views, Wildlife
Dogs: Welcome, but must be on a leash.
This beautiful walk level so it can feel easy for Alaska standards and for its length. A great choice for those who want a longer walk without a lot of elevation gain or rugged terrain. It is partially paved and can be accessed by road bikes for most of its length. Expect multiple spectacular views of glaciers, side waterfalls, wildflowers, and lakes. Most of the trail is wide enough to walk side by side. You can find some solitude on this trail, even though it is close to the Anchorage area. It is also close to campsites and includes options for extending the trail or making it shorter.
Accessibility: Visitors using wheelchairs, mobility equipment, or strollers may need all-terrain tires or adaptive/motorized equipment for the surface type and grade. Visitors using wheelchairs, mobility equipment, or strollers may need assistance in the steeper sections or to avoid them for safety.