Best Hiking in Alaska

This list represents the most popular hiking in Alaska. Use this list to plan your next Alaska hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

This long day hike in the Exit Glacier area of Kenai Fjords National Park winds through ...
Crow Pass Trail travels through a variety of terrain: glaciers, waterfalls, wildflowers, ...
Two short day-hiking trails, within view of a glacier, and the only road access within ...
A maintained trail close to town with access to tundra and alpine with spectacular views ...
Resurrection Pass is one of the most popular longer hikes on the Kenai. The trail covers ...
Flattop is climbed more often than any mountain in Alaska, and that is a mixed blessing. ...
The trail provides wonderful access for day hikes or overnight treks into jagged granite ...
A trail winding through aspen, spruce, and granite outcrops, with options for a longer ...
One of the longest trail traverses in Southeast Alaska, this trail travels through a variety ...
A 15-mile, or 2-mile loop trail, with access to massive tors in the alpine with vistas ...
A trail within walking distance of downtown Ketchikan, with mountains, lakes, and a variety ...
A trail with day hike and overnight options by lakes, within walking distance of downtown ...
This trail has two large mountain lakes, boating, camping, and fishing, as the ...
Accessible from the Visitors Center, these easy, maintained trails provide a variety ...
A trail with a wide variety of choices for overnight treks traveling along a ridge, with ...
One of the top areas in the north for viewing migrating birds, with walking trails suitable ...
The butte’s dry conditions, perhaps coupled with enough height to stand above a late glacial ...
Just off the Powerline Trail, a narrow track leads up a side valley to a trio of grand ...
Camping, fishing, long day or backpack trip options, and miles of alpine access ...
This trail travels along a ridgeline, with spectacular panoramic views, wildlife, and ...
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