The only maintained trails in Kenai Fjords National Park are the connected Exit Glacier Trails and Harding Icefield Trail. The trailhead for both starts just beyond the parking lot at the end of Exit Glacier Road.

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Harding Icefield Trail

Be prepared for a strenuous hike with unparalleled rewards.

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Exit Glacier Trails

Explore the network of trails that wind through the valley carved by Exit Glacier.

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Backcountry Hiking

Being prepared can make the difference between the adventure of a lifetime and a cold, wet, miserable experience you may not survive.

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Nearby Attractions and Trails

There are additional trail options within nearby public lands such as Chugach National Forest and Caines Head State Park. Many allow pets.

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Current Conditions and Alerts

Find updates on current trail conditions, closures and safety alerts.

Last updated: May 6, 2024

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