A paved path in a corridor of green, right through the middle of Anchorage.

Statistics

109

m

71

m

2

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Easy

Description

Chester Creek is the central artery of the city's multi-use trail network.

It is not only convenient for exercise and scenery, but also crucial for bike and foot commuters.

Whether on a short stroll or a long ride, you can use Chester Creek on its own or to link up a longer route through the city.

The trail is open year round, and in the winter it's tracked for Nordic skiing and fat-tire biking. Here the trail is mapped one-way from west to east, in accordance with the mile markers placed along the way.

The western end connects with the Coastal Trail at Westchester Lagoon, and the eastern end connects with other paths near Goose Lake and the university campus.