Trail Running Trails in Alaska
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Trail Running Trails in Alaska

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0 - 22 mi
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Alaska has 27 trail running trails. These trails range from 0.25 to 22 miles in length. The most popular trails are Perseverance Trail, Winner Creek and Winner Creek Trail. Trails.com member Wendy W. recently completed Tony Knowles Coastal Trail.
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A trail for all abilities, with a variety of options: a short or longer day hike option, ...
This hike follows a wide, mainly level path through a mixed spruce-birch forest with views ...
This is a wide, multiuse trail in a beautiful subalpine basin with views of mountains, ...
The Bird Ridge Trail is a relatively short trail to the ridge, yet it is challenging and ...
This easy self-guided nature trail wanders along placid Beaver Slough. Hikers transcend ...
Three main trails in the Anchorage area are considered part of the Anchorage Greenbelt: ...
The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail was named for former Alaska governor Tony Knowles, who ...
The Winner Creek Trail is a favorite of many hikers. For one thing, it is different from ...
This scenic trail is totally paved and follows the Turnagain Arm, the Seward Highway, ...
At first glance the Powerline Trail doesn’t appear to be much more than a long dirt road ...
Access to the western trails in Chugach State Park is gained from the hillside of east ...
The Quartz Lake State Recreation Area is a fun place to spend a weekend. It is home to ...
This popular family trail starts out on a gravel road that heads uphill and then levels ...
A short and easy hike through a spruce forest with a slight grade to give you a little ...
More than 1,000 acres of untouched forest and lakes with about 8 miles of trails for ...
Chena Lakes Recreation Area is a bustling weekend destination just twenty minutes from ...
The historic Chena Hot Springs Resort is home to an impressive array of trails. The Monument ...
A cousin to Birch Hill, the less often visited Two Rivers Ski Trails host quiet summer ...
With its proximity to downtown, the Birch Hill Recreation Area is practically an urban ...
A botany lover’s delight, this easy loop trail is located on the campus of University ...
The Powerline Trail follows the highlights of hiking at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. ...
The spectacularly natural and wooded University of Alaska– Fairbanks campus is home to ...
This bike path pumps through the golden heart of Fairbanks showcasing downtown’s main ...
Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge offers numerous trails. This second selection ...
The Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge offers the best birding in the Fairbanks ...
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