Belanger Pass Trail For ATV Riding
The 13th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Alaska.
Monday 25 July 2016 04:17 GMT
Northeast of Anchorage and Sutton in the Knik-Chickaloon-Nelchina, the Belanger Pass Trail is a 13 mile route around the Syncline Mountains and up through Belanger Pass to the confluence of the Alfred and Flume Creek that is open to ATV riding. Watch out on stream crossings for high water levels.
The ATV riding trailhead for Belanger Pass Trail is located 60 miles northeast of Sutton on SR1 (Glenn Highway).
From the trailhead, the route heads north; at 1.5 miles the Squaw Creek Trail branches off to the west; at approximately 2 miles the Crooked Creek Trail branches off to the east. The Belanger Pass Trail continues northwest for another five miles until intersecting the Alfred Creek Trail. Come back the way you came.
Overall, Belanger Pass Trail is the 13th most popular ATV riding trail of all 27 ATV trails in Alaska. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Belanger Pass Trail including Bird Creek Valley Trail, Little Nilchina River Trail, Bald Mountain Trail, Knik River Trail, Fall Creek Mine and Eklutna Lakeside Trail.