Crow Pass Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Crow Pass Trail travels through a variety of terrain: glaciers, waterfalls, wildflowers, and mining ruins, plus the pass is the highest point on the historic Iditarod Trail and one of the top day hikes in Southcentral Alaska.
The trail begins at the end of the Crow Creek Road outside Girdwood. To get there, drive 35 miles south of Anchorage and turn northeast onto the Alyeska Highway. Drive 1.9 miles, turn left onto Crow Creek Road, and follow it 6 miles to the trailhead. The road is often rough but is passable during the snow-free season."