Best Mountain Biking in Alaska

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

Resurrection Pass is one of the most popular longer hikes on the Kenai. The trail covers ...
The trail provides wonderful access for day hikes or overnight treks into jagged granite ...
Wolverine Peak is another excellent day hike. Located just twenty minutes from Anchorage, ...
This is a wide, multiuse trail in a beautiful subalpine basin with views of mountains, ...
A strenuous trail into alpine country, with wild?owers, berries, and spectacular views ...
To enjoy an easy trail with intermittent views of the ocean, take this woodsy path to ...
Alpine wildflowers, views of the gorgeous 7-mile-long Eklutna Lake, and one of ...
With superlatives in scenery, weather, and physical challenge, Kesugi Ridge captures the ...
The trails linking Russian River, Cooper Lake, and the length of the Resurrection River ...
On a sunny summer day, take a delightful hike to Ship Lake Pass. Then climb a 5,240-foot ...
The Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area offers a number of trails that start from the Skilak ...
Two climbs—one easy, one long and hard—begin with the same access. Lower, closer, and ...
This trail is a good full-day hike to the top of a scenic ridge with truly outstanding ...
More than 1,000 acres of untouched forest and lakes with about 8 miles of trails for ...
Conveniently located within Anchorage, the Campbell Tract Loop fits into most any schedule. ...
Access to the western trails in Chugach State Park is gained from the hillside of east ...
To enjoy an easy trail with intermittent views of the ocean, take this woodsy path to ...
This trail is a good full-day hike to the top of a scenic ridge with truly outstanding ...
Wolverine Peak is another excellent day hike. Located just twenty minutes from Anchorage, ...
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