Wolverine Peak

Wolverine Peak is an easy to moderate 10 mile roundtrip hike that’ll bring you up 3,200 ft from the trailhead   without having to touch a hand onto the ground, which is rare for peaks in the Chugach that are … Read More

Rabbit Slough

Rabbit Slough is a shallow creek that flows through a large network of interconnecting waterways. 5.5 miles of iceskating will take you to a series of breath taking frozen lagoons in the windswept Palmer Hay flats.  Most skaters start at … Read More

Hiking Flatop

Flattop is a 3.3 mile roundtrip hike up and down a sometimes steep and very well trafficked mountain that starts at the Glen Alps Trailhead, provides an excellent feel for scrambling in the Chugach, and finishes on top of what … Read More

Eagle and Symphony Lakes Hike

The Eagle and Symphony Lake Trail is a 10 mile round trip hike that starts at the South Fork Eagle River Trailhead, brings you deep into the wide South Fork Eagle River Valley, and ends with spectacular views of two of Alaska’s most accessible alpine glacial lakes.  This easy to moderate trek also … Read More

Campbell Creek: Packrafting

Campbell Creek is a splashy, meandering Class I to Class II  creek that originates in the Chugach Mountains and flows southeast through the urban center of Anchorage. The first thing that you should know about floating Campbell Creek – is that … Read More

Adak Adventure

During the spring of 2019 two friends and I went out to Adak, Alaska. Our goal was to make it to a Sea Lion Rookery on the southern tip of the Yakak Peninsula. Adak used to be home to a … Read More