TRAILS ARE OPEN DURING COVID-19 BUILDING CLOSURE. Please keep your distance from others even though you are outdoors. If you see that the parking lot is full and people are parking on the road, please consider finding a less popular trail. Thanks!
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Rodak Nature Trail: Great condition.
Albert Loop: Great condition except there is a FLOODED section on lower Albert Loop at the winter snow machine access to the river.
USE THE BYPASS trail to avoid this flooded section of the Albert Loop.
Historic Iditarod Trail/Crow Pass Trail (Nature Center Trailhead to Echo Bend only ): Great condition.
Dew Mound Trail: Good condition.
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.
Crow Pass Trail:
7/3/2020: Still a couple small snow patches on the steep slopes descending down from Raven Glacier view point. River crossing was
just above the knee at 2pm (on 7/3/2020). Thunder Gorge crossing (~1 mile after the ford site, knee deep, swift water). ERNC side
of ford site between Thunder Gorge and Twin falls has a few washed out sections/steep side hilling on scree slopes.
Please note: These are reports from trail users. We cannot and do not guarantee trail conditions on any given day/time. Trail conditions change
daily, especially the river depth at the ford site. Be prepared for anything from knee to waist deep. If you are not comfortable crossing,
turn around and go back the way you came. You should be prepared for any kind of weather (rain, snow, sun, fog) and wildlife (bears/moose).
Always carry a map for navigation, the trail is not marked. Trail condition contacts: Eagle River Nature Center 907-694-2108,
Chugach National Forest 907-783-3242, or Chugach State Park 907-345-5014.
Please check out the Crow Pass Trail Facebook page for more information and hiker posts: Crow Pass Trail Facebook Page