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Lower Resurrection

Average Rating:    (2.5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

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Latitude
60.38315669461199
Longitude
-149.7154998779297
Trail Directions
Drive out Snug Harbor road in Cooper Landing to just before the end of the road. 12 mi. appx. Snug harbor is that road right after you cross the Kenai River going south. This is the trailhead to the cooper lake trail which hooks up with the resurrection. Comes out at Exit Glacier. You can start that way also.
Trail Length
21 miles
Trail Level
Extreme
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Seward
   


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Review Date
June 15, 2002

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: Mike Munno , from Telluride, co

Summary:
Its everything that the previous reviewer mentioned. Hard to follow, muddy, nasty. But a great trail. If you are willing to endure through the mud it has some great single track. I rode it many times last year when I lived in seward. I saw many bears while hiking but never bikeing(scary). No large climbs and some great technical root navigating. Can be very very mudy in spots.

Recommended Route:
Seward north

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Hidden lake, Johnston pass



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Review Date
April 18, 2000

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

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Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: j.ron , from boise Idaho

Summary:
There's a sign at the intersection of the cooperlake
trail and the lower resurrection. It basically says
don't go down here. They mean it. It's not closed.
It's just nasty. Blowdowns every 100 feet, the trail disappears a few places and is hard to find. There's bear doo everywhere and has the largest concentration of grizzlies anywhere supposedly. Your bear doo hopping skills will improve. Swim a few rivers. No real scenic vistas. Bugs. Swamps. It's the hardest 21 miles I've ever done. Don't do it. I'd give it 5 stars for extreme though.

Recommended Route:
Not recommended



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