Follow This Abandoned Railroad Trail For One Of The Most Unique Hikes In Alaska

This abandoned railroad trail is a short drive from Alaska’s largest city into the pastoral Matanuska-Susitna Valley. Get out of the city for a full day of wilderness fun. This trail is fairly easy and most people will enjoy the stroll along the river and through the picturesque forest. Arrange a shuttle and hike just one way, or turn around and hike out and back for a longer challenge. Before the snow falls, head out for a fabulous day hiking this abandoned railroad trail in Alaska.

Palmer-Moose Creek Railroad Trail

Start: Eagle Avenue and Valley Way (Palmer)
End: Glenn Highway/SR 1 at Moose Creek (6 miles north of Palmer)

More information on the Palmer-Moose Creek Railroad Trail here.


Make a full day of your visit to the Mat-Su Valley and check out The Gorgeous U-Pick Farm In The Alaskan Countryside You Have To Visit At Least Once. You can also stop for supper and you’ll agree that This Countryside Restaurant In Alaska Has The Most Stunning View.

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