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If you’re an outdoor enthusiast coming to Alaska, you will almost certainly want to tackle Anchorage’s best hiking trails and its most popular bike tour.
At Alaska Trail Guides, we have joined forces with Go Hike Alaska to provide exactly what you’re looking for!
This Bike and Hike Tour allows you to spend the morning on two wheels marveling at ocean views, mountainscapes, and glacial waters.
You’ll also have the best chance of seeing moose in Anchorage!
Then, spend the afternoon hiking Chugach State Park’s best trails, taking in breathtaking vistas, and viewing Barbara Falls.
This combined hiking and bike tour in Anchorage, Alaska is a truly unique way to experience some of our beautiful state’s most stunning landscapes in a single day.
For more information about biking and hiking in Anchorage, Alaska, please feel free to get in touch with us.
Are you looking for even more inspiration for your visit to Alaska? Check out our range of Alaska bike trip packages.
On our Anchorage Coastal Cruise Bike Tour, you experience Anchorage’s wild side on a leisurely 9.5-mile guided ride.
The tour starts with a ride through the urban wilderness of Kincaid Park.
This amazing place is over 1,500 acres of forested hills perched on the coastline. It’s common to see moose, bears, and bald eagles here.
And there’s plenty of history alongside the wilderness. Kincaid Park was also once a Cold War Nike Hercules Missile site!
We then move on to Earthquake Park, where we bike through some of the lasting devastations from the earthquake in 1964.
The ride then finishes at Westchester Lagoon, a waterfowl sanctuary.
Our route offers views of five different mountain ranges, so you will have plenty of opportunities for breathtaking photos.
And along the way, your guide shares fascinating facts and stories about the region’s human and natural history.
NOTE: This is not an electric bike tour.
Get out, get active, and take a hike! Walk through boreal forests and glaciated valleys, see where salmon spawn, and spot wildlife like bears, moose, and birds.
On this moderate hike, your guide will share a vast knowledge of flora, fauna, and geology.
Visit one of Chugach State Park’s best waterfalls. Tucked back in a gorge, listen for the roar of the water through the canyon.
Bedrock outcroppings with cascading water make for some of the best photography opportunities.
While you don’t need prior hiking experience, you should be comfortable walking 5 miles over several hours.
Our guide, Caitlan, was knowledgable about the plants and wildlife along the trail, and warned us about the uphills before we reached the inclines. It was fascinating to see... read more that the tide dropped 38 feet, and the site of the severe earthquake in 1987 was im
We are real beginners to trail biking and had a wonderful time! Our guide Maggie got us all equipped, comfortable w our bikes, and set w water and snacks. Such... read more a fun activity and beautiful sights and views. Give it a go!
The trail is very relaxed and easy to ride (pretty level with one steep hill on paved roads). Tour guide was great! We saw 6 moose (2 cows each with... read more a set of twins). Would definitely do this tour again.
We had a great time. Nancy, our guide and Ron our shuttle/equipment guru were very nice and went out of their way to make sure we had a great tour.... read more Since Nancy has lived in Alaska for over 30 years she is very knowledgeable about the history and area and shared very interesting information. We also had our first moose siting, mother and two youngsters, while on the tour.
We had a fun bike tour with our guide Elly! The tour started with a little rain, but we could borrow a nice rain jacket and gloves, so we... read more still could keep our journey going. The tour was so much fun with beautiful views and interesting commentary. Elly is very informative and friendly. We were lucky to see the moose twice during the tour, and we also saw other wildlife - birds and flowers along the way. I absolutely loved this tour, and I highly recommend this tour to anybody!
Frsnkie and Ellie were extremely knowledgeable and provided a very memorable experience — just wish the bike tour was longer!! Got lucky and saw a mamma moose and her calf,... read more all within close viewing range. Thanks for a well a-run tour.
Elly was an awesome guide. She took us along a beautiful trail and provided interesting information about the state and it’s economy & history at the same time. She was... read more very upbeat & approachable. She also spotted a mama and a baby moose - the baby only 10 feet off the trail - and kept us safe while we enjoyed an extra long stop to watch the moose eating (while mama watched from the bushes). Would definitely recommend.
Elly, our knowledgeable guide, spotted a moose feeding on willow leaves 50 feet off the bicycle path. If we had came on our own, we would have missed it.... read more And also, Elly made sure that we kept a safe distance from the moose. We were so excited that we just wanted to rush over and hug the moose, forgetting that this is a wild animal and we should keep a respectable distance. Thanks, Elly! And she also allowed us plenty of time to photograph the gorgeous moose. She was beautiful with her wet coat of fur glistening behind a curtain of birch trees. …
My husband and I had a wonderful time on our coastal bike tour with Nancy as our guide. We had some light rain for a bit of the ride... read more but it didn’t matter. We were provided with a rain jacket and gloves. We saw two moose cows and three calves on the ride. Nancy was very friendly and knowledgeable. The trail was pretty level except for one hill. It was a great experience.