Alaska State Trails Program

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Angel Creek Hillside and Winter Trails

Angel Creek Hillside Trail

The Angel Creek Hillside Trail provides year-round access to The Angel Creek Cabins (except during spring break-up). The trail stays high, contouring the hillside, offering many scenic views of the valley and surrounding hills. Maximum grades are 10% with an average grade of 8%. Connect the Angel Creek Hillside Trail and the Angel Creek Winter Trail during winter months for groomed loop trips of 8.5 and 15.5 miles.

The Angel Creek Winter trail provides a more direct lowlands winter access to the Angel Creek Cabins. The trail generally follows the valley bottom with little elevation gain. This trail is closed to motorized use during summer.

Check out the map and trail guide found here:
http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/maps/angelcreekhilltrail.pdf

Trail conditions can be found here:
http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/asp/curevnts.htm

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Trails advisory board to meet Jan. 22-23 in Anchorage

The Outdoor Recreational Trails Advisory Board (ORTAB) will meet Jan. 22-23 in Anchorage to consider and discuss funding for grant applications. The public is welcome to attend the meeting which will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days in Room 1270 of the Atwood Building, located at 550 West 7th Ave in Anchorage.
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