College Glacier – Hiking Guide
Posted by Lee Petersen | May 26, 2020
College Glacier – Hiking Guide

Info on hiking College Creek to College Glacier near the Hoodoos on the southern part of the Delta Mountains in the Alaska Range. Good backcountry hiking and fantastic views!

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Teklanika Foothills Hike
Posted by Lee Petersen | May 23, 2020
Teklanika Foothills Hike

A fun, short (~5 mile), back-country, off-trail hike in the Teklanika foothills in Denali National Park. Open tundra and great views of Double Mountain!

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Table Top Mountain Trail
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 27, 2020
Table Top Mountain Trail

Table Top Mountain Trail is a 3.5-mile hike with a short extension to the summit of a treeless, mesa-like mountain with great views of the White Mountains.

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Gulkana Glacier Hike
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 22, 2020
Gulkana Glacier Hike

The Gulkana Glacier area has much to offer, including day-hiking, backpacking or mountaineering expeditions, or just a roadside view of the glacier.

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Granite Tors Trail
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 10, 2020
Granite Tors Trail

Hiking guide to the 15-mile Granite Tors Loop in the Chena River State Rec Area. A moderately intense day hike or overnight hike amongst granite towers.

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Castner Glacier – Hiking Guide
Posted by Lee Petersen | March 6, 2020
Castner Glacier – Hiking Guide

A casual back-country day hike to a large glacier, or start of a mountaineering adventure, the Castner Glacier offers great hikes and views of ice caves.

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The terminus of the Exit Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park
Posted by Lee Petersen | February 23, 2020
Exit Glacier Trails

Fed by the 700 square miles (1813 square km) Harding Icefield in the Kenai Mountains, Exit Glacier is one of the most accessible glaciers in Alaska.

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The landscape at Angel Rocks
Posted by Lee Petersen | February 13, 2020
Angel Rocks – Trail Guide

The hike is steep, but not for long. It’s just less than 1-mile of climbing, and the steepest section is very short-lived at about 0.4-miles. The views are worth the...

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Boardwalk at Creamer's Field in Fairbanks, Alaska
Posted by Lee Petersen | February 9, 2020
Creamer’s Field

Creamer's Field - Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is a 2,200-acre wildlife refuge on a historic (non-operating) dairy farm. It is open to the public for walking and day use. Creamer's Field...

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Rocky landscape over the Savage River in Denali National Park
Posted by Lee Petersen | February 4, 2020
Savage River Day-hike

The Savage River Loop is a 1.7 mile long well-maintained trail in Denali National Park that begins at the Savage River parking lot. It's a very flat river-walk on a...

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