Slaughter Gulch Via Juneau Trail Is A Challenging Hike In Alaska That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

While easy hikes are ideal for a spontaneous afternoon stroll, nothing beats the feeling of accomplishment that comes from successfully completing an arduous trek. Slaughter Gulch Via Juneau Trail might only be five miles long, but its ascent is near-vertical at times and promises to make your stomach drop. The greatest challenges often lead to the best rewards, however, and this difficult hike boasts some of the best views in Alaska.

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Have you ever hiked Slaughter Gulch via Juneau Trail? If so, we’d love to hear all about your experience! Check out our previous article for another bucket list-worthy, difficult hike: The Alaska Hike That Leads To The Most Unforgettable Destination.

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