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Resurrection Pass Trail North is a very popular trail in Alaska. In combination with other trails, the Kenai Peninsula can be traversed from Hope to Seward.

The north Resurrection Pass Trail is a relatively level and gradual trail with switchbacks in the areas with a steeper grade. Although well maintained, muddy areas can be found as snow can be found on the trail late into the spring. The trail can be used for multi-day trips. Along the way, 7 public-use cabins can be found.

Directions: Turn south onto Resurrection Creek Rd. at mile 15 of Hope Highway. The trailhead parking is 4 miles in on this road. Take note that the road is only partially maintained during the winter season making the last mile to the trailhead occasionally impassable.

From April 1 through June 30, the trail is closed to saddle/packstock and motorized vehicles from February 16 through November 30.

Distance: 19.25 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

 
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