Chugach State Park Winter Valley and Forest Hike
Duration: Up to 5 hours
- Hike along the sparkling Eagle River in Chugach State Park.
- Don't miss the chance to see Barbara Falls encased in ice.
- View the American Dipper or other small mammals.
Join us on this winter hike to discover Alaska's natural beauty in the dead of winter! Along a 4-mile trail through Chugach State Park, follow your guide.
The Eagle River Nature Center, located deep along the north fork of the Chugach State Park's huge Eagle River, hosts the first leg of this journey, which takes you to a network of forested trails. The American Dipper, moose, and small creatures such as the snowshoe hare and red fox may be seen swimming.
Then ride a little distance to Barbara Falls, the greatest waterfall in Chugach State Park. This portion is a half-mile hike with amazing ice dams, glistening snow crystals, and point-and-shoot photo opportunity around every bend. It's quite fulfilling, and it's a fantastic way to wrap up your tour.
- Tour guide
- Transportation from and to the meeting point
555 W 5thAve, Anchorage AK 99501, USA
At the Egan Center.
What to Remember
- The minimum age to take part in this activity is 6.
- This experience isn't recommended for those with cardiac or respiratory issues. It may be difficult for those with joint issues.
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.