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Kesugi Ridge
Talkeetna, AK-A 2-4 day alpine traverse of Kesugi Ridge in Denali State Park, between Little Coal Creek and Byers Lake. Special features: a long alpine ridge ramble, Denali and Alaska Range views. Location: in Denali State Park, about halfway between Talkeetna and Cantwell. Hiking Trails
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Deer Mountain
Ketchikan, AK-A half-day hike to Deer Mountain, a longer day hike to Blue Lake, or a 2-3 day traverse on alpine ridges across Revilla Island to Silvis Lakes. Special features: Mountain scenery and an alpine traverse; a trail shelter below Deer Mt. Travelers without cars can walk to the trailhead from downtown Ketchikan. Location: one mile Southeast of downtown Ketchikan Hiking Trails
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Chilkoot Pass
Skagway, AK-A 3-5 day traverse through the Coast Mountains and "the longest museum in the world," from Alaska's coast to Lake Bennett in the interior of British Columbia. The hike follows the route of the Klondike gold rush of 1898. Special features: forests, streams, lakes, alpine country, and the most historic hike in Alaska. Lake Bennett, at the north end of the trail, is not on a road, so hikers must use one of several alternate means of getting back to civilization. Hiking Trails
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Denali National Park & Preserve
Healy, AK-Mt. McKinley is the highest point in North America at 20,320 feet. The almost-four-mile-high giant was known to the Native Americans of Alaska as Denali – “The Great One” – a fitting tribute to one of the world’s best known mountains. But Denali National Park is more than just this single peak. Besides numerous other mountains (some of which are among America’s highest), there are other features rarely or never seen in the Lower 48. Tundra, an arctic landscape, is one, and the underlying permafrost is another. Hiking Trails
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Harding Icefield
Seward, AK- A longer day hike from Exit Glacier to an overlook of the Harding Icefield. Special features include great views and wildlife, especially mountain goats. There is an emergency shelter on the trail just below the overlook. Located 12 miles northwest of Seward. Hiking Trails
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Resurrection Pass
Girdwood, AK-A 3-6 day traverse through the Kenai Mountains over Resurrection Pass, between Hope and Cooper Landing. Special features: alpine scenery, lakes and fishing, a series of fee cabins. Located 100 miles south of Anchorage. Hiking Trails
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Crow Pass
Girdwood, AK-A longer day or overnight hike to Crow Pass (7 miles round-trip), or a two to four day traverse through the Chugach Mountains over the pass to Eagle River (24 mile traverse). Special features: An alpine pass and mountain glaciers, mining and Iditarod Trail history, wildlife, mountaineering, and one of South-central Alaska's classic alpine traverses. Hiking Trails
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Byers Lake
Talkeetna, AK-A half-day hike or possible overnight on a loop trail around Byers Lake. Special features: two fee cabins, backcountry campsites, fishing. Location: in Denali State Park, 48 miles north of Talkeetna and 63 miles south of Cantwell. Hiking Trails
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Mount McKinley - Alaska highpoint
Talkeetna, AK-Highpoint rank by height: 1st. Mount McKinley is the "Great One" — Denali, as the Athabasca Indians call it. Denali is the "mother" of all the 50 state summits. If you like to freeze your buns off, be subjected to jet stream winds, drag heavy loads around behind you for days, sleep in cramped quarters with a bunch of other stinking human beings and generally stress yourself out, then Denali is the place for you! Hiking Trails
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Russian Lakes
Seward, AK-A shorter day or overnight hike to Lower Russian Lake, with a side trip to Russian River Falls; or a 2-3 day traverse through the Russian River drainage via Upper and Lower Russian Lakes. Special features: fishing, three fee cabins, makes a fine family hike. Located 100 miles south of Anchorage Hiking Trails.
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