Klutina Lake Trail For Dirt Biking
The 12th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in Alaska.
Wednesday 22 June 2016 04:26 GMT
South of Glennallen, the 25 mile Klutina Lake Trail is a scenic multi-purpose route open to dirt biking. The route runs from the Richardson Highway at MP 23.5 to Klutina Lake along the Klutina River.
The dirt biking trailhead can be found off the Richardson Highway at milepost 23.5 along the Copper Center bypass. Turn west at the Brenwick-Craig Road sign. An old ORV road leads 25 miles to Klutina Lake (no auto travel permitted).
At Mile Post 23.5, the Klutina Site is a one acre site for unloading and parking (no overnight parking). The Klutina Lake Trail is a 25 foot wide easement for travel across private Ahtna land to reach public land. The trail is from Richardson Highway to Klutina Lake. There is no camping permited.
Overall, Klutina Lake Trail is the 12th most popular dirt bike trail of all 20 dirt biking rides in Alaska.