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This is not a one-way only trail, it is an out-and-back trail
One Way Only:
This is designated as a directional trail.
Need to Know
Park across the road from the trailhead sign. Always be bear aware with bear spray or some other type of protection.
Part of the trail is step and run. The netting cover is good in most places but where it's not it can be very slippery. The beginning and end of trail can be muddy depending on rainy weather.
This 1.5 mile trail follows the west bank of the Eyak River for one-quarter mile through mature Sitka spruce forest before opening into rolling muskeg meadows. At mile 1.5 the trail reunites with Eyak River At the end of the trail the flora composition changes to a typical delta habitat of dense alder and grasses. This is a popular access site for anglers during the coho salmon season from August to mid-September. The trail is muddy and wet in places, especially after heavy rain.
Shared By: Cobilynn Rogers
by Nicole I-M