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Parken en natuur in Anchorage

Beste parken

Park
“Bike trails, running trails, cross-country ski trails, soccer fields, disc golf, and a place to host events. Best biking and disc-golf in the city.”
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Zoo
“A short 50 minute drive south of Anchorage along the Scenic Turnagain Arm. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through conservation, education, research and quality animal care. Closest thing to guaranteed wildlife sightseeing, including; black and brown bears, moose, caribou, lynx, fox, wood bison, muskox, among others!”
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Park
“Great 15 minute self-guided tour of plaques of the 1964 earthquake in Anchorage. Along the Tony Knowles coastal trail, great spot to walk or bike. ”
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Park
“Walk along Cook Inlet close to downtown Anchorage and enjoy ocean scenery! ”
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Nature Preserve
“This is a great place for several reasons: it it so close and you can see lots of migratory birds nesting and raising there young. You will often see moose here as well as a great view of the inlet! ”
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Trail
“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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Trail
“Want a challenge. with a reward for view this is it! In South Anchorage 45 + min from Cozy!”
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Tennis Court
“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.”
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Speeltuinen

Park
“Cute little park just a minute walk from the suites. Large green space as well as playground equipment. Great for a picnic or to let out some energy!”
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Playground
“Anchorage's newest dog park and inclusive playground for kids. The dog park has two fenced areas each with double gated entries. One area is for Small Dogs and one area is for All Dogs. ”
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Playground
“As long as it isn't during school hours, they don't mind if you use the playground, basketball goal, hockey rink, soccer field, or track.”
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Wandelpaden

Mountain
“Most popular hiking trail in town. Short .75-1.5 hour hike depending on ability. Great views from the top of the city and inlet. Try one of the other trails from the parking lot for a more rugged hike into the rest of the Chugach mountains. Or if you simply want a easy view, there is a short overlook trail right next to the parking lot. No hiking required.”
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Other Great Outdoors
“Walk along paths witnessing nature and take in the breathtaking views. Spend time in the visitors center where a wealth of knowledge is available for you.”
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Trail
“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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Trail
“Want a challenge. with a reward for view this is it! In South Anchorage 45 + min from Cozy!”
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Trail
“On a clear day you can get a great view of Denali just from walking up the fenced trail on the far left side of the parking lot. This is also the trailhead for Flat Top mountain. ”
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Trail
“Byron Glacier is one of the most accessible glaciers near Anchorage. Located in Girdwood, the Byron Glacier Trail is an easy one-mile hike along Byron Creek to the face of the glacier. With everything to do in Girdwood year-round, you can easily make a memorable day of it.”
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Trail
“Near Point via Stuckagain Heights is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Anchorage, Alaska that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. A more direct route to Near Point than using the Basher Trailhead. Access is through an easement in a residential area. There is no trail sign and no parking at the trailhead due to "Fire Lane" signs. Ask us for specifics and we can direct you where to park. This is the route we typically take as there are less people at the start”
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Trail
“This trail head is about 3 miles from Stuckagain Villa. We use this trail when we are taking out elderly folks or young kids. It has a series of trails that you can choose from that are relatively flat, wide and maintained. You can also choose some of the more narrow trails that shoot off from the main ones and explore a little more.”
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