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#1 of 72 Nature & Parks in Anchorage
In Anchorage: Stroll, bike, or xc ski on The Coastal Trail -- This marvelous (& paved) pathway follows the Inlet's shoreline from downtown south to Kincaid Park, and is super popular during all months of the year....
But you can see whales, fish, hike, see a nature center, see potters marsh, snow top mountains, dull sheep other marine life, great pull over spots, and board surfers all along this area.
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Chugach National Forest Alaska 3.1 km away
#19 of 421 Nature & Parks in Alaska
... terrific scenery, you will want to stop and take pictures every five minutes but the part of Chugach National Forrest located in the Kenai peninsula is probably one of the most beautiful National park in Alaska.
The views are just amazing and the nature is just amazing.
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#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Girdwood
A true delite of State Parks, Chugach National Forest is HUGE! and you can and will see everything.
You probably should check a map of this state park as it stretches from Anchorage down towards Girdwood and contains numerous sites to see including waterfalls, hiking trails on the historic Iditarod, wildlife, an...
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#3 of 72 Nature & Parks in Anchorage
The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail in Anchorage is a superb natural urban park setting that provides an opportunity for a scenic walk, a near full day hike or a energetic bike ride; all starting from Down-town Anchorage.
Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, is a favorite...., Walk ,or ride a bike, easy to rent the bicycles.... trail is 9 miles from downtown Anchorage to Kincaid Park, frequent sightings of MOOSE.
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Portage Glacier Girdwood
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Girdwood
The nature hike I took was guided by a representative of the US Forest Service and was exceptional, historical and filled with details such as how lichen grows after a glacier retreats.
and found it to be informative and educational, Videos, displays and experienced US Parks rangers enhance the visit.
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#5 of 72 Nature & Parks in Anchorage
A little more than a 45 min drive north of Anchorage this lake and state park provides a spectacular renaissance and many outdoor activities like biking, hiking, kayaking, and stone skipping.
For adults, it's a wonderful, peaceful quiet piece of nature, which is only a short drive from Anchorage.
#6 of 72 Nature & Parks in Anchorage
This is 15 minute drive from Anchorage, easy to find, easy to park, multiple trail options leading to the summit of Flat Mountain about 3-4 miles in and out.
15 minutes from Midtown Anchorage, take Minnesota south, $5.00 parking fee Pay by credit card or cash in slot or if you have State parks parking pass Kids love this place, great hike with some trails pretty flat o...
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#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Eagle River
Next time we will come when the Center is open, but the drive there and the walking the walking trails is always a great way and easy way to introduce our visitors to the wonderful Nature of Eagle River.
The Eagle River Nature Center is totally worth a visit just for the visitor center alone, which is filled with creative and unusual interpretative displays, animal skins and pelts, skull samples, and more.
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Girdwood
The start of the trail is near the high car park, above the Portage glacier ferry dock.
... drive down the gravel road when it forks go right you'll see some small clearing areas where you can park the trail is marked pretty well In case you need the restroom and don't want to use the great outdoors ...
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Girdwood
The perfect place to go see Alaska Wildlife, This place is awesome, you can get up close to the animals in the park and watch eat during there feeding schedule.We went in August just in time to see all the baby an...
Great place to meet Alaskan animals, Beautifully kept park, doing a great job looking after orphaned and injured animals
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