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Anchorage - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

Vinsælir almenningsgarðar

Almenningsgarður
“Great place to ride bikes, ski, snowshoe, jog or walk! You can also play frisbee golf.... great 18 hole course!”
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Zoo
“The perfect setting to learn about Alaska's wildlife. AWCC offers up close animal encounters and a 200 acre campus for viewing and educating. AWCC is located about 1 hour out of town. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“So close to High North. Great view of the city and you can usually see moose along the way! ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Anchorage has one of the best trails I’ve come across on my travels! Grab a bike or some cross country skis and head out for the day. Less then 1 mile from High North. ”
  • 36 íbúar mæla með
Nature Preserve
“Potter Marsh, at the southern end of the Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, is an ideal break from Anchorage for birders and other wildlife viewers. From the Seward Highway just before the left turn into the Potter Marsh parking lot, you are treated to a stunning view of Turnagain Arm. A wooden boardwalk winds 1,550 feet from the parking area through the marsh and across watery openings and sedges, perfect habitat for a rich variety of birds.”
  • 24 íbúar mæla með
Slóði
“If a great view sounds better to you than a climb up Flattop, the Glen Alps Trail is the next best thing for a fantastic view of the Anchorage Bowl and the Cook Inlet. On most days, the Kenai Peninsula is visible in the distance. Primarily an easy hike after one moderate uphill climb, the trail is suitable for most adults and teens. The elderly, small children, and anyone with difficulty standing or walking should opt for one of the other trails in the area.”
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Slóði
“Really awesome views of the city from the parking lot. There is a trail that goes further up and I think it's about 5 miles round trip, but the last part is difficult. ”
  • 16 íbúar mæla með
Almenningsgarður
“Beach access and beautiful views of Cook Inlet, Anchorage, and the all the mountains including Sleeping Lady across the Inlet and on a clear day, Mt McKinley. It's at the End of the Coastal Trail and a great place to possibly see moose. ”
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Leiksvæði

Playground
“As long as it isn't during school hours, they don't mind if you use the playground, basketball goal, hockey rink, soccer field, or track.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Cute little park just a minute walk from the suites. Large green space as well as playground equipment. Great for a picnic or to let out some energy!”
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Playground
“Anchorage's newest dog park and inclusive playground for kids. The dog park has two fenced areas each with double gated entries. One area is for Small Dogs and one area is for All Dogs. ”
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Gönguleiðir

Mountain
“This hike is great in both summer and winter. IN the winter months make sure you have 4 wheel drive or the roads are dry - you can contact us for a road update! Be properly dressed in winter clothes, and in the summer take bear spray. Always tell someone where you are going and when you will be back. The view from the top is incredible! ”
  • 94 íbúar mæla með
Annað útivist
“Eagle River Nature Center: Drive back Eagle River Road to the end, about 12 miles. This is the start of the original Iditarod trail and it goes all the way over the mountains to Girdwood. It is relatively flat and well maintained with benches and informational boards for the first 1-2 miles. There are also cool decks you can walk over creeks on. There is a 5$ charge (cash only) to park here. The Nature Center has lots of neat, kid friendly informational exhibits. There are also regular planned events at the Nature Center including guided hikes. The drive back is worth it! Lovely in every way. ”
  • 23 íbúar mæla með
Slóði
“If a great view sounds better to you than a climb up Flattop, the Glen Alps Trail is the next best thing for a fantastic view of the Anchorage Bowl and the Cook Inlet. On most days, the Kenai Peninsula is visible in the distance. Primarily an easy hike after one moderate uphill climb, the trail is suitable for most adults and teens. The elderly, small children, and anyone with difficulty standing or walking should opt for one of the other trails in the area.”
  • 22 íbúar mæla með
Slóði
“Really awesome views of the city from the parking lot. There is a trail that goes further up and I think it's about 5 miles round trip, but the last part is difficult. ”
  • 16 íbúar mæla með
Slóði
“On a clear day you can get a great view of Denali just from walking up the fenced trail on the far left side of the parking lot. This is also the trailhead for Flat Top mountain. ”
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Slóði
“Have yet to see a glacier in Alaska? This hike is easily for beginners and will bring you right to the glacier. Byron glacier TH is located on the way to Seward, about an hour out of town. ”
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Slóði
“Near Point via Stuckagain Heights is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. A more direct route to Near Point than using the Basher Trailhead. Access is through an easement in a residential area. There is no trail sign and no parking at the trailhead due to "Fire Lane" signs. Ask us for specifics and we can direct you where to park. This is the route we typically take as there are less people at the start”
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Slóði
“This trail head is about 3 miles from Stuckagain Villa. We use this trail when we are taking out elderly folks or young kids. It has a series of trails that you can choose from that are relatively flat, wide and maintained. You can also choose some of the more narrow trails that shoot off from the main ones and explore a little more.”
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