Kanchee, Knoya, and Tikishla Peaks Topo Map

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While hikers frequently climb the mountains bordering North Fork Campbell Creek on its south side (Near Point and Wolverine), the peaks bordering this valley to the north are often ignored. Kanchee Peak, Knoya Peak, and Tikishla Peak—ascending in both height and order of difficulty— all make for excellent hikes, either from Stuckagain Heights Trailhead or from a campsite in Campbell Creek or Chester Creek Valleys. The mountains take their names from the Dena’ina language: Kanchee means “porcupine,” Knoya “beaver,” and Tikishla “black bear.” You won’t see any of these lowland animals on the peaks themselves, but keep an eye out for Dall sheep, marmots, and bald eagles.
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Anchorage, Alaska

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