Discover this 9.3-mile out-and-back hiking trail on the edge of the Chugach Mountain Range outlining Anchorage. This trail can be a challenging route, with a 3,500-foot elevation gain, it can take a little over 6 hours to finish. The hike is worth the view alone, plus, you may see some moose off in the distance.
Dogs: Welcome, but must be on a leash.
Parking: All Chugach State Park trails require a day-use parking pass or parking decal.
As with all trails in Alaska, hikers should be prepared, dress in layers, and bring plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen, a map of the area, bear spray, and a well-charged cell phone.