Hiking in Alaska can be an incredibly unique and rewarding experience of a lifetime. Alaska is over 660,000 square miles open tundra, alpine terrain, and boreal forest. And in all of it, there are very few trails. Here you often have the opportunity to wander at your heart’s content, to set out on your own tracks on routes that no one has ever done before.
Here I’ve highlighted some areas, hikes, routes, and trails to help get you started. This guide just began this year, but it is growing fast. Consider subscribing for updates and for information on other projects I’m working on. This content is just a small part of a larger Alaska Guide with as much info as I can gather on interesting places and activities in the state.