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Historic Iditarod Crow Pass Trail Day Hike from Girdwood
Take a Day Hike along the Iditarod Trail
Hike the historic Iditarod Crow Pass Trail.
Glaciers, waterfalls, wildflowers, and mining ruins add some spice to the hike to Crow Pass, as if it needed any! The pass is the highest point on the historic Iditarod Trail and one of the finest day hikes in Southcentral Alaska.
Arctic ground squirrels, marmots, and mountain goats inhabit the high country near Crow Pass, and bears, moose, and Dall sheep are frequently spotted too, especially on the Eagle River side of the pass.
This is a fantastic hike! The trail is relatively snow-free by late June, though the Crystal Lake basin south of the pass and some of the gullies north of the pass may hold snow well into the summer.
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• Alpine pass
The mining history starts even before you reach the trailhead. The Crow Creek and Girdwood Mines, both just off Crow Creek Road, were two of the earliest mining claims in this part of the state. The Monarch Mine, 1.7 miles up the trail, was a lode (vein) mine active from 1909 to 1938. Just after the turn of the 20th century, hundreds of prospectors, heading for other parts of the state on the Iditarod Trail, passed the Monarch’s undiscovered vein without knowing it.
"Fantastic Hike and a great start to our time in Alaska. We'd be happy to recommend this to anyone heading out this way. Beautiful sites and excellent guides. Thanks so much!" -- Jenn & Colin
This tour does not include hotel pick-up; you must meet your guide in Girdwood (details on your E-Ticket). Advance reservations of at least one week are recommended, but bookings will be accepted on a space-available basis. All participants must fill out a Hiking Application and sign a Liabiility Waiver. Minimum age for this hike is 9. Minimum total number of participants required for this tour to operate is 2. Maximum number of participants on any tour date is 10. Please reserve online, or call us toll-free at 888-321-3640.
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