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Bird to Gird Pathway

13 miles
The Bird to Gird Pathway parallels State Route 1 along the Turnagain Arm of an inlet off the Gulf of Alaska. The paved path runs for 13 miles between shore and glacier-covered mountains. You're likely to see wildlife along the way, including ...

Campbell Creek Greenbelt

7.5 miles
The Campbell Creek Greenbelt meanders along Campbell Creek making its way through urban Anchorage among neighborhoods and beautiful city parks. The runs for 7.5 miles between the lake on the university campus north of Tudor Road and the intersection ...

Goose Lake Park Trails

1.5 miles
The scenic Goose Lake Trail loops around the lake of the same name on the campus of the University of Alaska. The trail is paved and other non-paved trails nearby circle the Alaska Pacific University campus. The park land was originally under ...

Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail

3.9 miles
The Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail follows the course of Chester Creek between Westchester Lagoon and Goose Lake Park in Anchorage. The trail is lit for night use and, although mostly flat, has some grade to it; moving east to west will ...

Ship Creek Trail

2.6 miles
Ship Creek Trail begins at the Alaska Railroad depot on the north side of Anchorage and travels east from downtown for 2.6 miles to end at Tyson Elementary School in the city's Mountain View neighborhood. The paved trail follows its namesake ...

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

11 miles
The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail follows the coastline of Anchorage along Knik Arm and Cook Inlet. Many rest areas provide scenic views of Anchorage, the surrounding mountain ranges, Cook Inlet and Knik Arm. You're also likely to encounter wildlife ...