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Old 06-08-2011, 11:14 PM   #1
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Alaska Side Roads

I have traveled to most cities with roads but I have no clue of the many side
dirt roads that are out there. I know many here are aware of some of these roads where we can get a bike across and/or have scenic views. The places below are places I plan to visit this summer. Help me and the other out! Please feel free to add any places I left out.

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Anchorage

Valdez

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer

Wasilla

Fairbanks

Glennallen

Tok

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna
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Old 06-09-2011, 05:43 AM   #2
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Anchorage

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer

Wasilla

Fairbanks: Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Glennallen: Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok: Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

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Old 06-09-2011, 09:36 AM   #4
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They tell me that the Milepost is your friend.
Yes it IS your friend if you want mile-by-mile listings. I am looking for side roads that we locals have been on and seen that are not listed anywhere. There are numerousn trails around here but some may take you to the barrel of a loaded gold miner's gun or off a cliff.

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Anchorage

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer

Wasilla

Fairbanks
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Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna
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Old 06-09-2011, 10:02 AM   #5
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Anchorage

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer


Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake


Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna

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Old 06-09-2011, 12:23 PM   #6
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great idea this

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Anchorage

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer


Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake


Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna

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Old 06-09-2011, 01:30 PM   #7
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Anchorage

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope

Palmer

Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake


Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

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Old 06-09-2011, 04:47 PM   #8
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Mineral Creek Road ,Valdez

I'm not sure how far back it goes. We had to head back to catch the Ferry.
My first water crossing...Does it count if the bike is rented???
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Old 06-09-2011, 04:59 PM   #9
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I'm not sure how far back it goes. We had to head back to catch the Ferry.
My first water crossing...Does it count if the bike is rented???
The road continues on for another mile or two at least. I didn't take my Gold Wing much farther than that creek crossing - it was starting to get high centered on the larger rocks.
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Anchorage

Valdez
You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Just over the top of the pass - second parking area - there's a trail that takes off across the top of the ridge. Gives a great view down into the Lowe River valley and the upper end of Keystone Canyon.

Homer
Skyline Drive, with a fantastic view out across Kachemak Bay. It connects with Diamond Ridge Rd, which will bring you back to the highway around Anchor Point.

McCarthy/Kennicott
Across the footbridge and on up to the Kennicott Mine. Also - ride out to the airstrip. Good scenery 360 from there.

Hope
Surprised no one has mentioned the Palmer Creek Rd. Been many, many years since I was up that way.

Palmer
Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake

Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen
Lake Louise Rd. Starting around Mile 3 there are sections of the old road that are fun on a dualsport. Heavy brush on both sides, so make plenty of noise to avoid coming around a tight bend to find yourself face-to-face with a moose or bear.

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Delta Junction
There are loads of dirt/gravel roads all over the "agricultural center" of Delta.

Tok

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna
Skilak Lake loop

How about the Tustemena Lake Rd?
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Old 06-09-2011, 06:08 PM   #11
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Anchorage: Arctic Valley is fun for a short blast up hill. Nice views of the Anchorage Bowl from up there. Be nicer if the military would open up the road to the old Nike missile site.

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope:
Palmer Creek Rd.

Palmer

Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake


Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

There is much, MUCH to explore in this area. All kinds of off shoot along Burma Rd. Be sure to check out Cameo Dr.


Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotn
a: Swanson River Rd. Lots to explore.
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Anchorage:
Arctic Valley is fun for a short blast up hill. Nice views of the Anchorage Bowl from up there. Be nicer if the military would open up the road to the old Nike missile site.


Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope:

Palmer Creek Rd.
Found "Wagon Wheel Trail" a couple of years back. Only runs about two mile in town. It starts right across the rental cabins on the main drag. Its a muddy mess when wet and has thick foliage on both sides. It later gravels out and opens out.

Palmer

Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake


Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

There is much, MUCH to explore in this area. All kinds of off shoot along Burma Rd. Be sure to check out Cameo Dr.


Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotn
a:
Swanson River Rd. Lots to explore.

Tustemena Lake Rd
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Anchorage:
Arctic Valley is fun for a short blast up hill. Nice views of the Anchorage Bowl from up there. Be nicer if the military would open up the road to the old Nike missile site.

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer

McCarthy/Kennicott

Hope:
Palmer Creek Rd.
Found "Wagon Wheel Trail" a couple of years back. Only runs about two mile in town. It starts right across the rental cabins on the main drag. Its a muddy mess when wet and has thick foliage on both sides. It later gravels out and opens out.

Palmer
Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twists.

Clark/Wolverine Road. One way in/out. Glenn to Old Glenn (Arctic) in Palmer. Turn right on OG, down about 3-4 miles. Left onClark/Wolverine. Goes about 10-12 miles, nice twists and views of lower Mat-River. Turns gravel about 5 miles in. Turns to nasty trail that dumped my poor Hundin last year!

Sutton
Just south of Sutton is Mile 58 Road (Goes up to Palmer Correctional Center-PCC). Take up to just before PCC, turn right to 17 Mile Lake. Go around lake to dirt road at base of southbound bluff (can't miss it!). Trail around bluff has large dinosaur eggs which can be navigated easily (Hundin!) in 1st gear. Trail dumps you out at west side of Jonesville Mine rec area. Jonesville Mine Road takes you back to the Glenn in the heart of lovely downtown Sutton!


Wasilla

Big Lake

Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

There is much, MUCH to explore in this area. All kinds of off shoot along Burma Rd. Be sure to check out Cameo Dr.

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward

Kenai/Soldotna:
Swanson River Rd. Lots to explore.

Tustemena Lake Rd
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Anchorage:
Arctic Valley is fun for a short blast up hill. Nice views of the Anchorage Bowl from up there. Be nicer if the military would open up the road to the old Nike missile site.

Valdez: You used to be able to take the loop along the old highway at the base of the mountains just before crossing the Tiekel River. Not sure if anyone has carved a new path along there since the flood washed out the first part of the road.

Homer: Old Sterling from Anchor Point south is paved twisties.

McCarthy/Kennicott: McCarthy Road

Hope:
Palmer Creek Rd.
Found "Wagon Wheel Trail" a couple of years back. Only runs about two mile in town. It starts right across the rental cabins on the main drag. Its a muddy mess when wet and has thick foliage on both sides. It later gravels out and opens out.
Hope Road is fun
Palmer
Hatcher Pass to Willow. Fun dirt road with paved ends and some great views. Have lunch at the Hatcher Pass Lodge, make it a round trip for twice the fun.

Farm Loop road, Buffalo Mine and Soapstone roads are fun with some twisties.

Wasilla

Big Lake

Follow S. Big Lake Road out to Burma then over to Pt. McKenzie and back on KGB or keep going out S. Big Lake to the end (long dirt road).

There is much, MUCH to explore in this area. All kinds of off shoot along Burma Rd. Be sure to check out Cameo Dr.

Willow

Long Lake road is a fun back country road which meets up with Nancy Lake parkway to the South or head North and come back to the Parks hwy by the Deshka landing and Willow creek.

Fairbanks:

Manley Hot Springs, Circle (would like to do the latter myself this summer)

Murphy Dome Rd - 22 miles to top of dome and great view, first 8 are paved, then another 10 or so miles of dirt to Chatanika river.

Glennallen:

Klutina Lake Road. But it has some really nasty clay that can wipe you out if it has been raining.

Between Glennallen and Tok there's the Nabesna Rd. It ends just past the residences at Devil's Mt, about 42 miles back in. Very scenic in clear weather.

Tok:

Another old highway loop, takes off where you first get to the Little Tok River and comes back to the new highway just past the second bridge.

Seward: Crown Point Mine trail

Kenai/Soldotna:
Swanson River Rd. Lots to explore.
Cooper Landing: Quartz Creek Road, Snug Harbor Road, Skilak Lake Loop

Tustemena Lake Rd
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