Vista Trail 1200.pdf

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Vista Trail 1200.pdf

Vista Trail

Length: 1.5 Miles (One Way)

Grade: Steep

Cross Slope: 4.9

Surface: Native

Special Features

Vista Trail rises up from the shoreline of Skilak Lake to an rock outcrop over looking the Lake. The Trail bounces up and down through old fire burn scars. Views of the Kenai Mountains, Skilak Lake, and the Chigmit Mountains across Cook Inlet can be seen from most of the trail. Denali (20,308ft) is visible to the north from the mountains on clear days.

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