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Jim Creek-Knik River

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From the Parking lot, approx. 1 1/2 miles to the Knik River. Playing in the sand dunes is challenging. Once you get to the river bank, you can take it as far toward the Knik Glacier as you dare. Try doing the trip during the week. All the trails are rutted from motorized. On weekends you'll get run over by ORVs. Get involved with upcoming trail meetings by the local community council to stake your claim for bike trails. The scenery is awesome. So's the fishing in July and August.
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Latitude
61.52482297229284
Longitude
-149.01512145996094
Trail Directions
40 miles northeast of Anchorage off Old Glenn Highway. At approx. Mile 11 turn right on Sullivan Road. Approx. 1 mile on Sullivan is "Pavilion" Parking Lot from where Jim Creek or Sexton Trail starts.
Trail Length
1.5 to 18
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
City/County
Palmer
Zip/Postal Code
99645
Country
USA
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