Far North Bicentennial Trails For Mountain Biking

The 7th most popular mountain bike trail in Alaska.

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East of Anchorage, the 5,000 acre Far North Bicentennial Park has over 15 miles of multi-use trails, including those created for cross-country skiing at the Hilltop Ski Area. Watch out for moose on these trails.

To reach the mountain biking trailhead from SR1 (Seward Highway), exit at E. Dimond Blvd. Head east on E. Dimond Blvd. to Hartzell Road. Turn right heading south on Hartzell Road and veer left onto Abbott Road. Follow Abbott Road east to the Hilltop Ski Area parking lot (before the road turns sharply right). The trail system starts from the ski area and runs to the north.

Overall, Far North Bicentennial Trails is the 7th most popular mountain bike trail of all 26 mountain biking rides in Alaska. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Far North Bicentennial Trails including Hilltop Trail System, Kincaid Park Trails, Tony Knowles Trail, Eklutna Lakeside Bike Trail, Peters Creek Trail and Powerline Trail.

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Local Contact(s):  Anchorage Parks (907) 343-6397 or 276-4118; Alaska Tourism (907) 465-2010; Downtown Bicycle Rental (907) 279-5293.

Best Season:  May - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Luxury Loding:  Historic Anchorage Hotel, Anchorage; Winterlake Lodge, Anchorage

Breakfast Restaurant:  Snow City Cafe, Anchorage

Reference Source:  click here http://www.muni.org/departments/parks/pages/default.aspx

GPS:  61.13747, -149.75371

Date Published:  5/18/2016

Date Updated:  8/8/2016

ID:  5752

Far North Bicentennial Trails Mountain Biking Map

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