Middle Fork Loop and Hillside Trails Topo Map

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A wealth of trails cover the western Chugach foothills, perfect for days when the time or energy for a longer hike is lacking. Lying on the outskirts of Anchorage, these trails are mostly flat and keep to forested lowlands, offering any number of quiet afternoon rambles. Though popular with locals, especially for skiing and snowshoeing in the winter, the trails are hardly crowded. Start from any of the trailheads mentioned below and design a loop to suit your ambition. Keep track of your way back to your trailhead, since not all trails are well-marked. There are several smaller trails in the area and still more in the Municipality of Anchorage Far North Bicentennial Park, northwest of Prospect Heights. What follows is not a complete listing, only the major trails in this extensive network.
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Anchorage, Alaska

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