Bird Ridge, Alaska Seward Hwy. south, exit left at mile 100.5, just past Indian
May 27- 2000
Still plenty of snow on the last part of the hike. Above Craig Pope is seen looking out over the Turnagain Arm.
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Strenuous trail. Steep with some scrampling required. Well developed for the first 1.5 miles (2.4 km) to trail end above treeline. Elevation gain: 2500 ft (760 m) to trail end at ridge crest. Route continues along ridge crest. Exposed and windy. Good views of Turnagain Arm.
Special features: First snowfree spring hike, first wildflowers. Views of Bore Tides when the tide shift is high.
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Bird Ridge, Alaska
Seward Hwy. south, exit left at mile 100.5, just past Indian