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Best winter hikes in Alaska

by The 100 Companies

The best way to get through our long, cold winters is to get outside and enjoy this beautiful state. No matter where you are, you are never far from a trailhead. These hikes can range from easy trails near town, to something much more challenging that takes you into the backcountry. These are some of our favorites:

• Table Top Mountain – Fairbanks.

•  Salmon Creek Trail – Juneau.

•  Long Lake Loop – Palmer.

•  Eagle River Nature Center – Eagle River.

•  Curry Ridge – Denali State Park.

•  Powerline Pass – Anchorage.

•  Gold Cord Lake – Hatcher Pass.

•  Caines Head Trail – Seward.

•  Angel Rocks Trail – Fairbanks.

•  Nugget Falls Trail – Juneau.

Brad Fleming, The Alaska 100

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