Mountain Bike at Kincaid Park

Added by Kyle Frost

A fun spot for riding right in Anchorage. Keep an eye out for moose!

Kincaid Park is a 1500 acre park in Anchorage that offers 25 miles of singletrack and a variety of trails. I'd recommend starting at the Raspberry trailhead to complete a big loop of the park. The trails are mostly super flowy, without any serious elevation gain. All-in-all a great place to ride for all levels of riders near Anchorage.

You can also access Kincaid by riding right from downtown on the Coastal Trail.

You can get a full trail map here (be sure to check which direction the trails are going while you're there, they switch between clockwise and counter clockwise):

https://www.muni.org/Departmen...

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Mountain Biking
Forest
Scenic

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This park is fantastic! Visiting AK and haven't seen a moose yet?! Head here! There are tons of walking trails, disc golf, mountain biking, and so much more. A must do while in AK!

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