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Eklutna Lake Trail

Eklutna Lake
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Location in State

 Seasons: All Seasons
 Difficulty: Easy
 Activity: Hiking, Biking, Backpacking, Horseback Riding, Dog Sledding, ATV, Skiing, Snowmachining, Canoeing/Kayaking
 Length: 12 Miles

 Nearest Town: Eagle River

 USGS Quads: Anchorage B-6

 How to Get There:
Take the Eklutna Lake exit at Mile 26 on the Glenn Highway, and follow park signs ten miles to Eklutna Lake

 Managed by:
Alaska State Parks
Chugach District
HC 52 Box 8999
Indian, AK 99540
(907) 345-5014
Trail Description:
Eklutna Lake Valley, in the midst of the towering Chugach Mountains is a senic area for year round recreation. The lakeside trail is a old road, very easy and wide. Good for many types of users and a large amount of traffic. Public use cabins, campsites, glaciers, streams and grand beaches await the visitor. Eklutna Trail is open to ATVs Sunday through Wednesday, April 1st through November 30th only.

Eklutna Lake Trail

Last updated on Monday, December 14, 2009.
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