Rodak Nature Trail: Snow packed, good condition.
Albert Loop: Snow packed, some thin spots of snow. Ice under snow that is not packed.
Historic Iditarod Trail/Crow Pass Trail (ERNC Trailhead) to Echo Bend: Snow packed, some thin spots where
roots and rocks are exposed.
Dew Mound Trail:
Icy. Use excellent grippers. Some thin spots of snow where dirt, roots or rocks are still exposed. The Dew Mound sections are narrower,
rockier, and have tree roots. There's also about 600 ft of elevation gain.
Feel free to call us for trail condition updates during our open hours (Oct-April: Friday-Sunday, 10am-5pm; May-Sept: Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm): 907-694-2108.
Sorry, bicycles are not allowed on our trails with the exception of winter bike access to the Eagle River using the north segment of the
Albert Loop Trail.
Dog owners: Please remember to keep your dog(s) on a leash on the Rodak Trail, Albert Loop Trail and first mile of the Dew Mound and Iditarod Trail. Please be responsible trail users and pickup after your dogs. Bags are available at the trail head sign at the ERNC.
For weather information at the Nature Center, visit: http://pafc.arh.noaa.gov/mesonet.php
Crow Pass Trail: Snow reported up in the pass. Winter travel on the Girdwood side is not
advised due to the trail crossing dangerous avalanches terrain. Additionally, the last mile or two of road to the trail head is not maintained
in the winter. Please keep in mind that once the snow starts accumulating, there is no marked trail to follow. Additionally,
the the Girdwood side of the trail is in some dangerous avalanche terrain, so thru-hiking during the winter season is not advised. A
good comparison for snow levels up in Crow Pass would be the snow report at the Alyeska Ski Resort (http://www.alyeskaresort.com/snow-report,
measured at the Glacier Bowl Express Weather Station, elevation 2750' - Crow pass is at ~3500' in elevation). We can not and do not guarantee
trail conditions at any given point or time. Please remember the river ford site conditions can and do change daily, be prepared for
anything from knee high to waist high. For trail updates on the Girdwood side of the Crow Pass Trail, please contact the Chugach
National Forest Girdwood Ranger station at: 907-783-3242. Please check out the Crow Pass Trail Facebook page for more information and hiker
posts or call us at the Nature Center, 907-694-2108: Crow Pass Trail Facebook Page