Ester Dome Loop Is A Gorgeous Forest Trail In Alaska That Will Take You To A Hidden Overlook
The Ester Dome Trail consists of Inner and Outer Loops, and those multiple options are not the only bonuses that come from hiking in this area near Fairbanks, Alaska. The beauty of an Ester Dome hike includes both the thick forest and the occasional glimpses of a panoramic view along the way. From a trailhead that starts 1.5 miles up Ester Dome Road, the Inner Loop goes 2.7 miles and the Outer Loop travels 5.8 miles. There’s also an option of combining the two trails to make one big hidden overlook trail in Alaska.
The Ester Dome trails are accessible year-round, although the winter days are short in Alaska. In the summer, the days are so long that hikers can start their treks early in the morning and in the evening. Have you ever been on this hidden overlook trail in Alaska? Let us know in the comments. For more information about visiting Fairbanks, see the city’s tourism website.
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