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A beautiful hike!

I loved this hike. It was challenging for me, but I was nursing a sore knee. The views of each... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
NatureloverMA
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MA
you don't have to go the whole way

We took this trail wanting to see the suspension bridge. It was less that an hour to the bridge and... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2018
becky h
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Omaha, Nebraska
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I loved this hike. It was challenging for me, but I was nursing a sore knee. The views of each lake were stunning and well worth the trip!

Thank NatureloverMA
Reviewed 17 September 2018

We took this trail wanting to see the suspension bridge. It was less that an hour to the bridge and mostly level. You cross two rivers. We saw a mother moose and baby. And had fun jumping on the suspension bridge.

Thank becky h
Reviewed 2 August 2018

We jumped on a hotel shuttle bus to McKinley Village Lodge (south trailhead). From there the trail passsed three mountain lakes, and then climbs thru a spruce forest to the top of a ridgeline. Lot's of fun!

Thank rpelsishans
Reviewed 30 July 2018

Since there isn't a way to get back to your car if you want to hike all 9.5 miles, opt to go south to north so you can see all 3 lakes before the halfway point. Hike isn't too difficult. It's got a fair elevation...More

Thank SarahC9876
Reviewed 30 July 2018

If you enter the trail in park it is long with a lot of uphill. the lakes are at the last 3 miles. There is a beaver Dam. We did not see any wildlife. There are a lot of great views and you exit outside...More

Thank sckmommd50
Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

We started from Denali Village side. Pretty steep climb the first few miles. The 1st lake can be seen after a mile into the hike. There is also Beaver Dam, pretty cool. About 1.6 mile into the hike, there is the 2nd lake. We hiked...More

Thank FoodieNatalie
Reviewed 1 July 2018

We did the hike on June 28th and it was great! The hike is long and includes a lot of ups and downs, especially if you tack on the short trails that deviate from the main trail to visit each lake. We started at the...More

Thank Laurel C
Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Leave it to us to randomly pick the longest trail in the park, but so glad we did. Started at the visitor center and went all the way to the other end of the trail. The bridge was great and around every turn the scenery...More

Thank Kathi G
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Had very short amount of time so went to the bridge and came back. Liked the hike so much and wished we had more time to do the entire hike.

Thank LalithaKosuri
Reviewed 23 September 2017

This is a 9.5-mile trail that passes through the eastern edge of Denali National Park. The southern end is at the Parks Highway near Denali Park Village and the northern end is near the Visitor Center at Denali National Park. You can take a free...More

Thank DaveBFindlay_Ohio
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