– Distance: 1.6 miles one way.– Difficulty: Moderate.– Elevation change: 100 feet.– Description: The compacted gravel trail takes you through woodlands, along a creek, and under the Alaska Railroad trestle.
– Distance: 2.7 miles one way.– Difficulty: Strenuous.– Elevation change: 1,700 feet.– Description: The steep trail leads you out of the woods and into the alpine country. There is potential to see Denali.
– Distance: 9.5 miles one way.– Difficulty: Strenuous.– Elevation change: 1,000 feet.– Description: It is the longest trail in the park. You cross two bridges above flowing creeks and have fantastic views of three lakes.
– Distance: 0.6 miles round trip.– Difficulty: Easy.– Elevation change: 50 feet.– Description: The level trail offers gorgeous views of mountains on the horizon. If the weather cooperates, you can see Denali.