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Chena Dome Trail

Chena Dome Trail
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  Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall
  Difficulty: Difficult
  Activity: Hiking, Backpacking
  Length: 30 Miles

  How to Get There:
Drive from Fairbanks along Chena Hot Spring Road for approximately 57 miles. Trailheads are at Mile 50.5 and 49.1 Chena Hot Springs Road.

     Nearest Town:

  USGS Quads:
Circle A-5

  Managed by:
Alaska State Parks
Northern District
3700 Airport Way
Fairbanks, AK 99709
    Chena Map

  Web Links:
Trails, Chena River State Recreation Area

Trail Description:
30 mile loop trail traversing alpine ridges and saddle system, with a trail shelter and access to cabin in the valley. Rocky alpine trail, some boulder fields. Excellent veiws. Rock cairns and mileposts provide guidance. Demanding for serious hikers.

Chena Dome

Last updated on Thursday, May 20, 2010.
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