Anchorage: Coastal Trail 3-Hour City Bike Tour
- Look for moose and other wildlife
- Leisurely pace is great for all bike ability levels
- Learn the history of Anchorage and Alaska, including the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake
- Enjoy views of Denali, multiple mountain ranges, Cook Inlet and Downtown Anchorage
Bike through Kincaid Park, Anchorage’s largest park where many of the moose in the city live. Visit Earthquake Park, a memorial for the 2nd largest earthquake in recorded history that caused major damage in Anchorage on Good Friday in 1964. Ride along the coast, with views of 5 different mountain ranges including the Alaska Range and Denali.
This is a casual ride and is for people of all biking abilities and ages. This trip has a hop-on/hop-off option. The vehicle meets the group halfway where they have the option to join the driver guide for a driving tour the rest of the way.
- Roundtrip transportation from Downtown Anchorage Visitor Center in a Mercedes Sprinter Van
- Quality equipment, including bike, helmet, biking gloves, and rain jacket/pants
- Light snacks and water
- People with mobility impairments
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
This is the Downtown Anchorage Log Cabin Visitor Center. There is a shuttle bus stop on the F St. side where you will be picked up in a Blue Mercedes Sprinter Van. 546 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501, USAOpen in Google Maps ⟶
- Closed-toe shoes
- Open-toed shoes