Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +593/ -637 ft
Total: 39 riders
Mountain Biking Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
#11 of 63 mountain bike trails in Alaska
Paved trail along Cook Inlet coast from downtown Anchorage to Kincaid Park. Great views of wildlife, etc.
First added by dauw on Sep 17, 2005. Last updated Apr 30, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Downtown Anchorage, 2nd street
Beautiful paved trail great for a family ride. We all enjoyed the ride and even saw several moose along the trail. Lots of other riders, walkers, and runners.Thank |
Perfect for the entire family. A great way to experience the beauty of Alaska. Not surprising to see a few moose while on here. Bike Rental Shops are conveniently located just a few blocks from the beginning if you didn't bring your own. Also great for last day if you are catching a later flight out.Thank |
The paved bike trail system in Anchorage has rapidly evolved over the past couple years and now all the trails (with the exception of 1 still under construction) intersect with each other creating almost 100 miles of scenic pathways. In addition to running through some of the more beautiful parts of town they lead to several areas/parks that are dirt singletrack networks (x-country ski trails in winter). Most dirt riders I know just travel the paved trails to their destinations.
A fun and great way to see Anchorage pick up a trail map at any local bike shop or the Parks & Recreation Dept. Please watch out for moose.
Traveling south on the Coastal Tr will take you to Kincaid Park with over 20 miles of dirt trails.Thank |
great for people who are coming to see alaska you can take the trake intto down town by the saturday market the best alaska made nicknacks anywhere. then go back ttto the trail for more sight seeing makesure you go and see the anderson house the oldest building left in anchorageThank |
Great views of Knik Arm, Cook Inlet in Anchorage. The trail is paved, but there is some singletrack at Kincaid Park at the south end. I saw 5 moose during one ride. Great scenery.Thank |