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On Anchorage’s western edge, Kincaid Park juts out into Cook Inlet. But don’t be fooled by this proximity to the city itself — Kincaid Park is huge!
And best of all? Kincaid has mile after mile of premier singletrack bike runs designed for mountain bikers by mountain bikers.
And it’s in this incredible environment that we provide our renowned private tours from Anchorage.
“A must-do trip if you’re a biker. Great flow trails that were lots of fun! ” — TripAdvisor review.
Are you looking for even more biking inspiration for your stay in Alaska? Browse our range of city biking tours in Anchorage.
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Mark Twain once said, “learn to ride a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live.” We couldn’t agree more — and there’s no better place to become a better rider than here in Alaska!
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 one of our local mountain biking guides. They will show you the best trails and tailor your mountain biking experience to your skills and fitness level.
And 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 in the zone with dialed-in equipment as you bank off berms and take jumps at your comfort level.
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!
Our evening coastal trail scenic bike tour was great. We learned about the different trees, plants, and sites. In addition, we also were able to see a moose eating on... read more our way back.
Almost leisurely bike ride along the paved Coastal Trail. Several stops for our excellent guide, Caitlyn, to tell us some history and lore and fun facts. No wildlife... read more guarantee, but we saw a cow moose very up-close and personal. Solid, well maintained bikes and equipment. (Longer would have been better, but we got what we booked, so that is not a critique.)
Our guide Elly was great. She paced the trip just right. We enjoyed the scenery and seeing wild life on our tour. I recommend this tour.
This was the first activity we did after arriving in Alaska. Even though it was cold and drizzling and we are not expert mountain bikers, it was awesome. Our guide... read more Maggie was the best. She was patient and had fun facts about living in Alaska . We had so much fun!
Thought we were booking an e bike tour, but it is not. Turns out you don’t need it. Great bike tour with minimal exertion. If you want... read more wildlife, go in the morning.
Very enjoyable bike ride, despite the rain. Noah did a fine job guiding the two of us and also ordered up 8 Moose sightings! He provided... read more answers to all our questions and kept our safety and satisfaction as his top priorities. Trail is ~11 miles long and paved. No significant inclines. It travels in the forest, along the coast, and even near the airport runway. The driver (cannot recall the name) also did a nice job getting us to the trail head, set up and back to the meet location with no delay and minimal rain impact. Would definitely recommend this service
I know how to ride a bike, shift gears, and use hand breaks. Controlling my speed and direction is easy for me on the pavement. However, I am new to mountain biking and have never ridden dirt trails or only ridden off-road once or twice.
Some experience biking dirt trails and have been mountain biking several times. Smooth trails are easy for me as long as there are minimal roots and rocks small, gradual hills. Anticipating the terrain and knowing when to shift gears is something I struggle with.
I have been mountain biking for at least two years and bike regularly. Anticipating the terrain, controlling my speed, and shifting gears is something I am good at on moderately steep and technical singletrack, including trees, loose rocks, and sand. Rolling over small obstacles is possible. However, my wheels need to stay on the ground.
I am confident and successful in executing the following bike handling skills on a variety of singletrack:
Shifting – anticipate the terrain and shift gears accordingly most of the time.
Descending – I am comfortable and balanced standing up off of my seat and maintain level pedals for the entire descent.
Speed Control and Braking – momentum helps me climb rolling terrain, and I use my front and back brakes independently when required.
Mountain biking for five or more years, I am comfortable climbing and descending steep, technical, exposed terrain, including rock gardens, tree roots, primitive trails, tight switchbacks, short drops, and jumps. Shifting early and often to anticipate the terrain, accelerating out of turns and burns, descending with minimum breaking makes for a fast and fun ride!
My primary exercise is walking or light workouts once or twice a week. I prefer mostly flat or downhill terrain. Short, small hill climbs are doable, but less is ok with me. Forty-five minutes of light activity at a time for me is good.
RECREATIONAL or MEDIUM INTENSITY
An active lifestyle is important to me, but working out isn’t my life. Bike commute to work, weekend warrior rides, or a spin class keeps me fit. Two to three workouts a week provide enough physical challenge for me.
I enjoy gentle rolling terrain and feel great after reaching the top of a moderate hill climb.
Fitness is central to my life. I ride my bike weekly, spin classes, or a Peloton Bike count! Four to five workouts a week is typical, and I enjoy being physically challenged. I want hills and like getting some speed. (Less than 1,000 feet of climbing)
AVID or HIGH INTENSITY
Fitness is my life, and everything I do revolves around my workouts and nutrition. Bike rides can average one hundred miles a week, and I enjoy a fast pace for an extended time. Competing in races is a great motivation to continue to stay fit. Training is part of my lifestyle as I am an athlete who loves to improve, experience all types of terrain, and go out for long training sessions or fun rides with friends on the weekends.