Burney's Trail 1200.pdf

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Burney's Trail 1200.pdf

Burney’s Trail

Length: .6 Miles (One Way)

Grade: Gentle to Moderate

Cross Slope: 2.3

Surface: Native

Special Features:

The trail is short and relatively easy with a moderately steep section near its end. This trail passes through aspen and spruce forest. At the end of Burney’s Trail are views of Hidden Lake, Skilak Lake, and the Kenai Mountains. The upper part of Burney’s Trail follows the fires edge of the 2019 Swan Lake Fire.

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