Raspberry Road Bike Trail


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Raspberry Road Bike Trail Facts

States: Alaska
Counties: Anchorage
Length: 3.9 miles
Trail end points: Kincaid Park and Raspberry Rd. & Jewel Lake Rd.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 13401195


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Raspberry Road Bike Trail Description

The Raspberry Road Bike Trail is a 3.9 mile greenway takes trail users from residential neighborhoods outside of Anchorage along Raspberry Rd. until ending at Kincaid Park. Kincaid Park is a 1,500 acre park that features an 18-hole disc golf course, stocked trout lake, archery range, Motorcross Trails and more. 

Additionally, 40 miles of trails give users a variety of options to explore, like a short stroll to 300-ft Sand Dunes, the largest in the region, or the Kincaid Bluff Trail, which skirts the bluffs on the edge of the Anchorage Peninsula, giving hikers spectacular ocean and mountain views. Hikers may also be treated to wildlife sightings like moose, cows, black bears, bald eagles, and even the occasional beluga whale off the coast.

Kincaid Park is also a premier winter sports venue which has hosted National Championships and Olympic Trials, and nearly all of the 40 hiking trails are maintained and groomed during the winter, and 12 are even lighted for use during Alaska's long winter nights.

In short, Kincaid Park has it all and is one of the premier outdoor venues of Anchorage. Raspberry Road is the main entrance into the park and the Raspberry Road Bike Trail is an excellent car-free option to access the park and all the surrounding attractions. Like many other trails in the region, it is maintained, groomed, and lighted in the winter time for Nordic skiing. At it's western terminus, the Raspberry Road Trail also connects to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, an 11-mile trail that skirts the coast of the Knik Arm of the Gulf of Alaska. Until Raspberry Road Bike Trail reaches Kincaid Park, it follows along Raspberry Rd, occasionally dipping into the forest, but is a scenic journey nonetheless. 

Parking and Trail Access

At the western terminus of the trail at Kincaid Park, there is plenty of parking options. The eastern terminus of the trail is located near several strip malls, where there may be undesignated parking available. See TrailLink map for more information. 


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