Grand opening in June, 2020. Built in cooperation with the Sitka Cycling Club. Bikes only, one way trail.
Anchorage GRIT is an inspiring cycling mentorship program for girls in Anchorage, Alaska conceived by Lael Wilcox and Cait Rodriguez.
Chester Creek is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Anchorage, Alaska. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Chester Creek bike trail in Anchorage.
Jeff’s Whoop Whoop – Now the longest trail in the new trail network, this Intermediate Blue level flow trail will leave you hooting and hollering. This top-to-bottom one way downhill is filled with flowy berms, fast rollers, and a variety of jumps. Designed to be progressive, this trail can be rolled by beginners, challenge the …
Shemya is a military installation on the far west end of the Aleutian Island chain. Access is extremely limited, but for those who make it, there are bikes for free checkout to take a spin around the island.
Steady alpine climb above Anchorage ending at Rabbit Lake at the foot of North Suicide mountain. This double wide trail is a mixture of packed dirt, gravel, and melon size rocks (because why not). It is usually a very popular hiking trail, so watch out for pedestrians if you go during peak recreation hours. It’s …
Long steady climb with switching backs and sections of steep climbs, eventually hitting the “Y” where it intersects the multi-use hiking trail, this winds and turns up a moderate incline for a few miles then comes the longer punchy route, you will need to walk the bike up this section as you start to ascend …
Past the gate, the trail follows an old roadbed through brush and quickly opens up to views of Rabbit Creek Valley. The road then peters out and a narrower trail leads to Rabbit Lake
Preserverance Trail is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Juneau, Alaska. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Preserverance Trail bike trail in Juneau.
Beautiful, open trail that takes you into the Mendenhall Refuge. Trail is heavily used by walkers, runners, strollers and dog friendly. Easy, flat with little elevation gain. You can ride beyond the mail trail for added length.