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Chena Hot Springs Winter Trail

Chena Hot Springs Winter Trail
This map is not intended to be used as a navigational aid.

  Seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring
  Difficulty: Easy
  Activity: Biking (winter only), Dog Sledding, Skiing, Snowmobiling
  Length: approx. 35 miles

  How to Get There:
The winter trail, like the Chena River, parallels and is accessible from Chena Hot Springs Road. There are many access points at crossings or trailheads shared with other trails.

     Nearest Town:

  USGS Quads:
Big Delta D-5, D-6;
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 Decription:
The trail is forested lowland. Mostly boggy in the summer. The trailed is groomed in winter for snowmachines and dogmushers.

Chena Hot Springs Winter Trail

Last updated on Thursday, May 20, 2010.
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