Hideout Trail 1200.pdf

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Hideout Trail 1200.pdf

Hideout Trail

Length: 1.05 Miles (One Way)

Grade: Moderate/Steep

Cross Slope: 5.9

Surface: Native

Special Features

Hideout Trail ascends gradually over most of its length, but several portions are moderately steep. The trail ends on a rocky outcrop. The 2019 Swan Lake Fire Burn is present throughout the entire Trail. Almost the entire length of the trail affords excellent views of the upper Kenai River, including the eastern half of Skilak Lake, and the entire Kenai River Canyon.

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