Navigate your moose-shaped Anchorage journey on your phone using this map. Click the frame at the top right of the map to open The Moose in Google. Then, sit tight while your journey loads.
Anchorage has one of the best urban trail systems in the United States, with hundreds of miles of paved and multi-use trails connecting our city. Our four main multi-use trails—the Lanie Fleischer Chester Creek Trail, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, the Campbell Creek Trail, and the Ship Creek Trail—can be connected to each other to form a 32-mile bike loop, an almost-complete urban greenway that is, when viewed on a map, in the shape of a moose!
Run, bike, or walk the trails for a good cause the last week of September for the Moose Loop Trail Challenge, an annual benefit for the Anchorage Park Foundation.
Anchorage Trails Make the Moose Loop
Anchorage trails can take you from sweeping views of Cook Inlet, to salmon fishing on Ship Creek, to diverse neighborhoods offering rich cultural experiences, and everything in between. Whether it’s walking for health, biking to work, or taking one’s family to the park or a local restaurant, Anchorage trails are fun, local, and lovable.
The urban paved trails connect to mountain bike trails in Chugach State Park, an alpine tundra with mountains ranging from 2,000 ft to 8,000 ft in elevation. The Mountains to Sea route links existing trails in a traverse from Chugach State Park’s new Hemlock Burn singletrack trail down through parks and paths, ending at the sea in downtown Anchorage.