Resurrection Pass Trail – North

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Level path, gradual grade, some steep grade with switchback. Well maintained, may be muddy in places. Heavy snow on Resurrection Pass persist into late spring. Downed trees can impede travel in winter, spring and fall. Multi-day, multi-use, year-round trail with 7 public recreation cabins. Trail can be combined with Russian Lake and Resurrection River Trails to traverse the Kenai Penninsula from Hope to Seward. Resurrection Pass Trail travels from sea level at Hope to open alpine terrain, fireweed openings to dwarf birch scrub. One of Alaska’s most popular trail. At mile 15 of Hope Highway, turn south onto Resurrection Creek Road. Travel 4 miles to trailhead parking area. Road is partially maintained in winter. Last mile to trailhead may be impassaboe by vehicle. Trail is closed to saddle/packstock from April 1 to June 30 and motorized vehicles from February 16 to November 30. Source – dnr.alaska.gov

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Length: 19.25 Miles

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