Moose Creek Bluff ATV Trail

The MOST popular all terrain vehicle trail in Alaska.

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Near Fairbanks and North Pole, the Moose Creek Bluff trails is a 10 mile ATV trail. Start at the bottom of the bluff and follow the service road to the top. Once there enjoy a magnificient view of the Alaska range. From there, The trail turns into ATV trail, follow that to the very top past the tower. Watch for side trails, you will find something new every time you go out there.

From Fairbanks go through North Pole on the Richardson, pass over the Chena Flood channel and 1/2 mile after the bridge on your left you will see the bluff. Park there next to RR tracks.

Note: this trail is on Army Corps of Engineers property. Check with the Corps for current usage restrictions. At last check, they only permitted riding while the ground is frozen from Nov to March.

Overall, Moose Creek Bluff ATV Trail is the 1st most popular ATV riding trail of all 27 ATV trails in Alaska. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Moose Creek Bluff ATV Trail including Colorado Creek ATV Trail, Quartz Creek Trail, Trail Creek Trail, Windy Creek Trail and Chena River State Recreation Area.


Local Contact(s):  Chena Lake 907-753-2520; Alaska Tourism (907) 465-2010

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  Nov. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Chena Lake CG

Luxury Loding:  Mankas Inverness Lodge (415) 669-1034; P.R. Seashore Lodge (415) 663-9000

Article Source:   Moose Creek Bluff ATV Trail For ATV Riding - Alaska ATV Trails

GPS:  64.72097, -147.22729

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  7/5/2016

ID:  12362

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