Located in the US, the dirt biking in Alaska offers over fifteen dirt bike trail rides. The best Alaska dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Knik River Trail, Moose Creek Bluff Trail, Bird Creek Valley Dirt Bike Trail, Bald Mountain Dirt Bike Trail, and Old Man Trail - Monument Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Alaska dirt biking trail below.
Northeast of Anchorage and southeast of Butte in the Chugach National Forest, the Knik River Trail is a 22 mile one-way route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The route follows the Knik River up to the Knik Glacier.
Near Anchorage, the Bald Mountain Trail is a 22 mile route up Bald Mountain from 700 feet to 3,400 feet. The Bald Mountain Trail is an extremely steep, rocky, and challenging trail.
Near Fairbanks and North Pole, the Moose Creek Bluff trails is a 10 mile dirt biking trail. Start at the bottom of the bluff and follow the service road to the top. At the high point, there is a magnificient view of the Alaska range.
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.
Northeast of Anchorage and northeast of Sutton, the Little Nilchina River Trail is open to offroad motorcycle riding. The route is about 30 miles one-way.
North of Seward in the Chugach National Forest, the Crown Point Mine is a 10 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trails can be rocky, muddy and rooty.
North of Seward in the Chugach National Forest, the Fall Creek Mine is a 10 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trails can be rocky, muddy and rooty.
East of Sutton, the Gunsight Mountain Trail is a 5 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. This easy trail provides access to the Squaw Creek area.
East of Sutton, the Pinochle Creek Trail is a 16.5 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. Also known as Hicks Creek, the route follows the Hicks Creek to Hicks Lake. From there, it continues on to Caribou Creek.
Northeast of Fairbanks in the White Mountains National Recreation Area, the Colorado Creek Trail is a 23 mile dirt biking route. The Colorado Creek Trail begins at the Tolovana River bridge at milepost 57 on the Elliott Highway. It follows the Duncan Creek drainage eastward approximately 13 trail miles to the boundary of the White Mountains National Recreation Area.