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Trails designed for mountain bikers by mountain bikers! “A must-do trip if you’re a biker. Great flow trails that were lots of fun! ” ~ TripAdvisor
“Learn to ride a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live.” — Mark Twain
With 1,500 acres and over 45 miles of trails, there is something for everyone in Kincaid Park. From flowing singletrack that rides like a roller coaster to wide doubletrack to jumps and berms. Maximize your time and elevate your experience with a mountain biking guide. They will show you the best trails and tailor your mountain biking experience to your skills and fitness level. Don’t forget the views and wildlife! Kincaid Park is wrapped by Cook Inlet and is home to moose, black bears, bald eagles, lynx, and more! Experience mountain biking without the crowds. Get into the zone with dialed-in equipment as you bank off berms and take jumps at your comfort level.
I took a lesson with Maggie in Girdwood and it was incredible! I learned a lot and the trails were beautiful. I can’t wait to get on a mountain bike... read more again. I highly recommend it!
Carl was excellent! 2 hours is not a lot of time, but lesson was catered to our goals, laid back, and definitely progressed our abilities. would categorize ourselves... read more as intermediate to advanced and we all learned something.
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. …
Coastal cruise bike tour was a fun morning with Elly for our family of 4. She had lots of local wildlife knowledge (even though we didn’t see much on our... read more particular tour). She had us pause under the big plane landing, which was really cool!
Our family had such a good ride with Elly @ Alaska Trail Guides. The ride itself was beautiful, the Chugach State Park is gorgeous. The bikes are so... read more fun to ride. We spotted a moose eating right beside the trail, it was very cool! Elly was an awesome guide, very knowledgeable about the area and patient when we fell just a little behind. She was also prepared with water and snacks. Great ride for families and we highly recommend it!
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. …
Our family had a great time on the bike tour. Elly was very accommodating for our group of differing experience levels. She was very patient with everyone, helped us have... read more a great time, and provided some great info and history on the area. We loved it and would highly recommend this tour.
Had a great time exploring the Chugach State Park on this bike ride. The pacing was perfect for my family, the scenery was beautiful, and having lunch at the top... read more of the Alyeska tram line was a great reward for our efforts. Elly and Frankie were very friendly and knowledgeable. Highly recommended!
My husband and I visited Alaska for our honeymoon and loved it. When we went on the bike tour it was raining and still so fun; I'd say the rain... read more added an extra element of excitement. It was definitely a workout, but worth the views! Our guides were super knowledgeable, and were able to answer most of our many questions regarding Alaskan outdoors. They picked us up downtown and were able to drop back off where they picked us up. All in all, we biked 8-9 miles into the park, were able to experience the outdoors quite a bit, and we saw a moose! 10/10 would recommend. I would also recommend wearing pants/leggings and a jacket if you are sensitive to poison oak/ivy. Alaska has their own variety (cow parsnip - reactive when exposed to sunlight) that lined the trails we biked on. …