Chena Hot Springs Sports & Outdoors

  • Angel Rocks Trail
    Angel Rocks Trail
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  • Strider Einstein loves the trails in Alaska!
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    Go horseback riding!

    by Aurora907 Written Dec 16, 2005

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    Guided horseback riding is available. There is a 2 person minimum at a cost of $65 per person and the ride lasts approximately one hour. Bring your camera!!! Please contact the Activities Desk.

    Equipment: Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes!

    Related to:
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Horse Riding
    • Spa and Resort

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    Skijorers Delight!

    by Aurora907 Written Dec 15, 2005

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    Strider Einstein loves the trails in Alaska!

    If you have one to three dogs that you would like to take on the trails, whether it's hiking in the summer, or skijoring in the winter, for a relatively small deposit of $100 US dollars, your dog(s) can stay in the room with you. This is a real benefit for those whom cannot find a dog sitter, as I have found often, too!

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    Hiking Angel Rocks Trails

    by Aurora907 Updated Jul 27, 2005

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    Angel Rocks Trail

    Chena Hot Springs Resort is located at 55 mile Chena Hot Springs Rd. At 48.9 mile, there is a turn off for the Angel Rocks Trails. There are 2 trails; one is a 3 1/2 mile loop, the other is an 8.5 mile hike to the resort. Along the hike, you can spot various types of terrain. The most unusual aspect of this trail is the formation of the rocks themselves. Hot magma spewed from the earth many years ago and created these fun-to-climb rocks. As far as wildlife, you can often spot Falcons, Ravens, Eagles, Moose, and bear. This area is actually where both the grizzly and black bears co-habitate.

    Equipment: Be sure to bring plenty of water or a purifier for water. Also, a bell or something noisy to alert bears of your presence, can prevent them from being startled. You may also want a small container of pepper gas, just in case.

    Related to:
    • Hiking and Walking
    • Road Trip
    • National/State Park

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