Kenai River Trail 1200.pdf

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Kenai River Trail 1200.pdf

Kenai River Trail

Length: 5.4 Miles (One Way)

Grade: Moderate

Cross Slope: 2.6

Surface: Native

Special Features

This trail provides access to the Kenai River and is divided into upper and lower sections. All of the trail with the exception of about half a mile goes through the 2019 Swan Lake Fire Burn. Excellent views of the Kenai River canyon can be obtained as well as views of Skilak Lake and the Kenai Mountains.

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A boat heads down a river lined by forests and mountains.
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