Hike to Horseshoe Lake, Denali NP
Alaska › Horseshoe Lake Trailhead
Added by Austin Marlia
Lakes and open meadows. Wildlife sightings.
Horseshoe Trail is located inside of Denali National Park in Alaska. This area provides a ton of lakes, open meadows, and free ranging wildlife, such as moose, grizzly bears, and caribou.
Starting at the parking lot near the railroad tracks, you follow the tracks south until you see the Horseshoe Trail sign. You will hike towards a raging river located near Horseshoe Lake, surrounded by beaver dams and wildlife.
For an overview of the trails in the park, check out the park map.
- Bell to keep away potential bears
- Walking stick or weapon for protection
- Good hiking boots
- Camera to capture all of God's beauty
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