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“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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Park
“So close to High North. Great view of the city and you can usually see moose along the way! ”
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Park
“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. ”
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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.”
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Wanderweg
“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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Wanderweg
“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. ”
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Park
“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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Tennisplatz
“Never mind the illustration - there is an actual 10 block park !!! Free Yoga, Kite flying, kids playing , dogs running (free) jogging and community event calendar. Where parades begin and communities gather.”
  • Von 13 Einheimischen empfohlen
Botanical Garden
“In spring and summer this place is well worth a visit. You can easily spend an hour or two wondering from one garden to another and admire the beutiful flowers. Better yet, pack a basket and have a picnic!”
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Park
“This is a great hike for all ages. The trail takes you through a lush sitka spruce rainforest. It is located about a mile drive from Anchorage in the town of Aleyeska. ”
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Park
“Mt. Baldy: This is the most popular hike in Eagle River. The trailhead is up Skyline Dr to Golden Eagle Dr. Drive to the very end and there is parking at the trailhead. Even if you don't want to hike, the view from the parking lot is worth the drive. If you want to go up to the top of the mountain, head straight up the hill. The trail zigzags up the face of Mt. Baldy and once you reach the top you may be tempted to continue across the ridges to Blacktail & Vista peaks. This is a very popular trail. There are always people to share the trail and so if hiking alone is not your favorite, Baldy is a good choice.”
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Store
“Established in 1896 the Crow Creek Goldmine is a world famous gold mine that used pioneering hydraulic technologies to extract the precious metal from the earth. Still a thriving, working gold mine today, a visit to the Crow Creek Goldmine sees you learn about the mining process, the history of this famous business and the amazing products it has produced. During your visit you can pan for gold yourself, to learn how to sift and sluice the gold from the experts. You can also take a tour around the goldmine village and admire the quaint miners' cottages that are perfectly preserved. ”
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Park
“Great access point to the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail which offer great inlet views.”
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Park
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Park
“25 minutes outside of Anchorage going south on the New Seward Highway. Great views, little waterfall, and places along the way to view the inlet. Numerous whales have been spotted in this area.”
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