Box 390 Seward, AK 99664 907-224-3374. Denver and I promptly hopped in the car and drove to their ending place, which was to be our starting spot. Only wish it wasn’t so foggy on the way up so that we could get better views. Awesome mostly … And wow we’re the stars amazing! Moderate inclines make this gain over miles much easier than the Harding Icefield hike. The route travels through spruce and hemlock forests until timberline at mile 5 then enters high country alpine where hiking off trail in any direction is possible. Ruta Alaska, Primrose Creek Trl, Lost Lake, Seward de senderismo en Primrose, Alaska (United States). Great views and fairly easy. Between mile 4 of the Lost Lake trail to Primrose Trail mile 5 is solid snow 2-5 feet deep in most places. A most do hike in Alaska! We like to bike and are quite used to it, and we have considered biking Lost Lake trail. Originally we were going to do an out-and-back hike, up the Lost Lake side 6 miles, then back out the same way. We started to Primrose to Lost lake. Nicely maintained. Getting There. The summer trail is easy with stunning views the entire way. Register Donate. Lost Lake/Primrose Trail Kenai Lake Alaska USA. Route includes complete rides on classic trails such as the Resurrection Pass Trail, Russian Lakes Trail, Johnson Pass Trail, Lost Lake & Primrose Trails, Devils Pass Trail, and Iditarod Trails. Beautiful views, trail in great condition. Ascent is very slow and steady without any technical or challenging portions. We only went 2 miles up, then took the spur to the falls overlook. Best views- best hike ever. There are numerous short, sometimes steep climbs and short, enjoyable descents. The well-marked trail is approximately 15.75 miles cross-country with a peak elevation of 2,100 feet. Tons of blueberries and some salmon berries and watermelon berries. No signs of bears, or people for that matter.. Took the winter trail on the way up and it was pretty muddy. Here it joins the Roosevelt horse trail and continues west to Lost Lake. The walk back on the summer trail was an easy stroll. Daily bag and possession limit is 10 per day in any combination, only one … 14.5 miles 2075’ elevation gain. Smokey from the fires but not too bad. Absolutely beautiful views and lovely wildflowers. This small detour from the main trail is worth the view! Like others have highlighted, this starts out as forest and expands to field, then tundra. We completed this in early September and the vegetation still had plenty of red colors. utilizing summer trail it’s 15.- miles. You hike through several types of veg including above tree line for a long portion. This hike was very beautiful, the lake was big with plenty of places to camp. But, really, both sides are pretty much equal. The trail is in good condition overall but does have some hazardous areas. This trail however can be bumpy and has a narrow bridge crossing. The lake itself is a lovely alpine lake. Lost Lake Trail Mon 09 Tues 17 . Primrose Trail. We did a point to point hike Primrose Trail + Lost Lake Trail (North to South). Great views once you get above the tree line. Descarga el track GPS y sigue el recorrido del itinerario del sendero desde un mapa. I've hiked in from Primrose and camped at Lost Lake, which is about 7-8 miles in and is amazing in scenery changes. Awesome trail! The Lost Lake Trail gets you to the ridge sooner. Start in Primrose and go across the mountain ending up at the lost lake trail head in Seward. So worth it! It did a great job at keeping the mud at bay. It is uphill most of the way, so be tough. Registration closes on Monday September 7, 2020. In full sun from miles 5 to almost 12. After a very quick downhill out of the gate, the route climbs up through big forest. The trail is rated as moderate and offers a number of activity options. muddy and snowy towards the top, with some sections of the trail covered in snow. Lots of berries to pick this time of year. Jun 15, 2016 Dave Gagnon. I parked at the fire station in Seward (where the lost lake trail head meets the highway), then rode the 13.5 miles up the highway to the Primrose trail head. Watch for fallen trees across trail. Difficulty. It was a rollicking berry-picking extravaganza. Andrew Skurka linked a Hope to Homer Wilderness Classic route to a sea-rafting trip from Nuka Bay to Seward, then onward up the Seward Highway trails (Lost Lake, Primrose, Johnson Pass) and over Center Creek Pass to Placer River, then down the Arm to Girdwood, completing a wonderful grand circle traverse of the Kenai Peninsula. Apparently, most individuals who bike it prefer to start at the Lost Lake trail head and through bike up to the lake and down to Primrose. Theres a point where the only pair of footprints I saw turned around just about when the snow gets crazy and I went on for probably another mile. About; Getting There; Photos; Share This trail is also called the Primrose trail at the north end. I also had an encounter (didn’t see the bear, but heard a very loud audible growl from within a bush). snow up to about mid shin. I also hike in from the other side to hit up Dale Clemens cabin which is 2.5 on the winter trail. I turned around about 3 quarters of the way through due to timing with the sun going down. Lost Lake, Primrose Trail GPS track (download GPX or KML) How to Bike Anchorage’s Turnagain Arm . A must for any travelers. Already thinking of another trip up to camp out by the lake. Contact: Tim Cook. intermediate Lost Lake Primrose Trail Tim Cook. Still amazing. Within season, another tricky issue can be figuring out how muddy a trail will be due to recent rain, and whether they will be worth the drive. Went backpacking with my husband for 3 days. Not all the best trails are in national parks, that’s for sure. The trail is wide, moderate grade and breathtaking views at the top. Primrose Trail Lost Lake Trail Russian Lakes Trail (after a few good killing frosts) South half of Johnson Pass Trail (after a few good killing frosts) The Kenai at its best! Started late, came back in the dark with headlights and it was still great. This trail begins behind Roosevelt Lodge and climbs 300 feet (91 m) onto the bench. This review is from someone who tried to bike from Primrose trail head up to the lake and back. Pretty easy run overall- join the virtual race for cystic fibrosis! You start in some trees at the base then soon it opens up to beautiful views. I would pick a partly cloudy to blue bird kind of day to hike this trail so you can actually see all it has to offer. Lost Lake trail between mile 3.5 and 4 had patchy snow yesterday, same thing for the Primrose trail. At this point, the Primrose Trail connects to the USFS Lost Lake Summer Trail which descends to the Bear Creek Trailhead while providing views (on a clear day) of Seward and Resurrection Bay. The view is breathtaking! Lost Lake / Primrose Trail. Cross a stream (no bridge). Amazing views. Much of the hike is in the woods and then it opens up with huge views. Advanced Intermediate. So, definitely don't recommend trying to bike up from Primrose unless you've got some experience and skill. This is … Trail is all good conditions. Trail Markers Gallery; T-Shirt Gallery; Select Page. Lost Lake is a very popular route so the trail is also a little trenched in places. OVERVIEW: Depending on where you start your ride in Anchorage, the distance from Anchorage to the town of Girdwood on the Turnagain Arm by bike is about 40 miles. GORGEOUS! Lost Lake Trail. Beautiful hike we went up on the 4th of July and very little traffic. The trail is somewhat wide for singletrack and a bit technical with roots and rocks. Ascension. Hands down my favorite hike accessible from Girdwood and Seward. The hike to lost lake from Primrose is more of a challenge with the same end payoff. We skied 6 miles, though the skiing was a bit slow due to pollen on the snow. The trail has a slow manageable elevation gain of almost 2000'. Clear Fork approach: From Packwood, drive east on Highway 12 for six miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 46. This is also a great hike in the summer for tree huggers. Gorgeous hike! Wow. The trailhead campgrounds are also incredible. I'd estimate it's about 100 yards beyond a footbridge over a creek. Ascension. Lost lake was also awesome. Gorgeous day out 29mi Jul 9, 2016 Makenzie Jorgensen. Beautiful hike with sprinkles of rain. This scenic trail begins at the Primrose Campground on the southern end of Kenai Lake and climbs ~1,700 ft to Lost Lake at the base of Mt. Great trail to bring your dogs and/or children. The middle section of the trail was filled with blueberries that will be ripe in about 3 weeks. Sky Blue Lake This hike extends beyond Lower Soldier Lake up Miter Basin to a deep blue lake surrounded by towering peaks. Continued on from Lost Lake and did the Primrose trail. The spur is on the right hand side. I would recommend this trail only to those who are extremely comfortable with steep inclines and rocks . This scenic trail begins at the Primrose Campground on the southern end of Kenai Lake and climbs ~1,700 ft to Lost Lake at the base of Mt. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/alaska/lost-lake-via-primrose-trail Didn't make for the most awesome experience. Surprisingly not crowded, saw comparable levels of mountain bikers to hikers. Otherwise, the rating would be different. Bugs were fairly calm and a few people were on the trail. Within that mile I saw lynx and moose tracks. Stunning views the entire way along the ridge line. Lost Lake (Primrose trail): mile 17, turn right on Primrose spur rd go to the end about a mile, parking lot is a circle drive, trail is about 8 miles that anyone can make. Best hike I’ve ever done! You have to climb uphill in a forest setting for more then half the hike. A must do trail here in Alaska. As of 12/19/19 there is a dry ground at the trailhead and the more you go up the more winter it gets. This is a hike worth saving for a bluebird day because the views are spectacular. With a smaller and more capable group, our scoutmaster decided to have us do a point-to-point: up the Primrose Trail 7.5 miles on a Friday, then 7.5 miles back down the Lost Lake side on Sunday, for a total of 15 miles with a day off in between. Beautiful views. We bit off way more than we could chew trying to bike up this way. 14.5 miles total out and back. My advice; get there early to have your pick of sites, then plan on a long day hike around the lake. Just a great place to take a break and enjoy the beauty. Email. Lots of off trail scouting. We are definitely not very advanced mountain bikers and we had to carry our bikes up a lot of the steeper/root-filled sections. Donate to the Lost Lake Run. This popular trail extends 15 miles from a gravel road at Mile 5 of the Seward Highway, past Lost Lake and north to the trailhead at Primrose Campground at the southern tip of Kenai Lake. However, the views and riding at the top by the lake are phenomenal and the ride back down was most supreme. Beautiful hike! Lost Lake (Primrose trail): mile 17, turn right on Primrose spur rd go to the end about a mile, parking lot is a circle drive, trail is about 8 miles that anyone can make. Windy! This trail travels through the rainforest and is underneath the forest canopy for the entire length of the trail. Gorgeous, definitely coming back in the fall. At this point, the Primrose Trail connects to the USFS Lost Lake Summer Trail which descends to the Bear Creek Trailhead while providing views (on a clear day) of Seward and Resurrection Bay. Inclines were slow and steady the whole way up, and Lost Lake is gorgeous! To read more about this trip, see: Cycling the Arm — Bicycling Anchorage's Coastal Trail, Lost Lake, and the Turnagain Arm. I didn’t have time to go all the way to the lake today but what I saw was beautiful. Very easy. Lost Lake Trail is a 22.2 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Seward, Alaska that features a lake and is rated as moderate. Easy climb to the lake. We clocked about 14.3 miles on my iWatch but 15.8 miles on all trails (who knows lol) so plan accordingly. We hit light snow around 2200 feet, but just a dusting. From Primrose T.H. Virtual Lost Lake Run Registration Now Open! It has so much to offer! The climb up was a little tougher than I’m used to (it was also the first hike of the season for me), but worth it 100%. I saw plenty of hikers and mountain bikers along the trail. Some mountain bikers and some foot traffic but not a lot. It is not marked but you'll know you're near when you hear the gush of the water. : Mount Pickering This 13,485-foot summit rises above Sky Blue Lake to offer sweeping views of the Sierra. To register, click here. Alaska Department of Fish and Game stocks this lake annually with 40 brood stock and 1000 catch able size rainbow trout. It was hot and along the ridge there was a slight breeze but not enough to keep the bugs away. I wish I brought a fishing pole!! Bonus- plenty of frozen blueberries along the trail. Beautiful trail, but it’s sad to see that many trees are sick or dead. Total we hiked 24.5km, or it can be 30km if you hike all short side trails around lost lake, like Lost Lake Peninsula etc. Trail was in great condition. Once up in the mountains the site was beautiful. What a beautiful hike! Starting at the Primrose Campground and ending at the Bear Creek Fire Department, the course uses a U.S. Forest Service Trail through Lost Lake in Chugach National Forest. Did a thru-hike to Lost Lake Trailhead from Primrose and highly recommend it - the views of Resurrection Bay and Seward were a highlight, as well as the lake itself, which still had ice floating throughout. I'm 5'8 and I didnt expect there to be snow up to my waist about halfway up. Answer 1 of 11: We will be in Seward this July as part of our upcoming Alaska trip. Within season, another tricky issue can be figuring out how muddy a trail will be due to recent rain, and whether they will be worth the drive. Hotel in Seward. First over night backpacking trip with Girls Who Hike Ak! Id reccomend 12-2ish start time! Still some some close to frozen lake. Nice reward at the end - but it's a long trail with very little variation. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/alaska/lost-lake-trail--2 Started at Primerose. We did it as a point to point but it can also be done as an out and back to the lake. 2 Accommodations Backpacking We will be staying in bunkroom hostels in Anchorage and outside of Denali National Park, a budget hotel in Seward, frontcountry campgrounds (state park campgrounds have no showers) and If you plan on camping you can’t have fires after certain points on the trail. Lost Lake via Primrose Trail is a 13.3 mile out and back trail located near Seward, Alaska that features a lake. Definitely much steeper than the summer trail but not difficult. It’s long, so bring snacks lol. Conditions were amazing but pretty technical in some spots. To anyone who has the impression this is a uphill hike with a lot of views along the way like I thought, it's not. We had been up on rainy days with low visibility but today was the exception- clear and cold.. the views were gorgeous! Just a heads up there were some bear sightings today from those I passed. The chance to ride on the historic Iditarod Trail from its original starting point in Seward. Would definitely do this again! Fishing from the dock or a canoe is best. Long but great trail with awesome views. Possible 14.8-mile hike by connecting to the Primrose Trail at Lost Lake. Took about 6 hours with small breaks to pick blueberries. Wish we started earlier than 4pm, didnt have much sunlight at the lake. A favorite! What to say about this trail is just WOW! Awesome trail- very well kept and easy to follow. Lost Lake also has some good fishing. Primrose Trail Lost Lake Trail Russian Lakes Trail (after a few good killing frosts) South half of Johnson Pass Trail (after a few good killing frosts) The Kenai at its best! Gods handiwork and no words to adequately describe the beauty. Mostly you're in a nice forest but with few, if any, views. Took this 52 year old and 70 year old 10 hours to do with 2 snack breaks, 1 lunch break and lots of stops to pick and eat blueberries and salmon berries and enjoy the view stops! Virtual Lost Lake Run - July 5 through Sept 7, 2020 To benefit those with Cystic Fibrosis. Other than that the trail was absolutely wonderful! A beautiful well travelled trail. After the first 7.5 miles, you’ll link up with the Primrose Trail on the east side of Lost Lake. We did a 6 min (3 min walk one way) detour on the Primrose side (barely visible short trail) to view of the waterfalls you could hear roaring. Lost Lake, Primrose Trail GPS Track Chugach National Forest, Alaska. The only downside was biting flies, but at a normal walking speed they leave you completely alone. This trails lets you make a good loop with Lost Lake, Primrose Trail, and the Iditarod National Historic Trail (INHT) - Bear Lake Trail. Good trail sharing. Awesome views, not horrible weather. Spectacular views! Sunday, July 1, 2018 - Beautiful views above tree line on a barely cloudy day. Tons of mountain bikers but most gave us a heads up when then were near. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Rode from lost lake side up and over down towards primrose, turned off on Iditarod trail. Still a great hike! Difficult. It’s amazing how beautiful this place. Steady incline the whole way up. If you just do the Primrose side, make sure you check the bridge out on the other side of the lake in order to view the creek flowing through the chasm. It begins in a beautiful rainforest and eventually takes you up to a multiple of beautiful lakes in high meadows. When you reach the flatter plateau portion at the top there are wild blueberries which you can eat, and the views open up on both sides which makes an ideal hike. Stay straight when the trail intersects with a doubletrack and then bear left at an intersection with the winter/horse route. beautiful trail! I think this is a really wonderful trail that is 16 miles long. We couldn’t make it to the top as there was still your a bit of snow right at where the tree line starts to thin out, possibly 1/8 to 1/4 mile from the top. To Lost Lake T.H. TRAILS USED: Lost Lake, Primrose: TRAIL TRAFFIC: Light to Moderate: TRIP TYPE: Overnight Hike: MORE INFORMATION: Chugach National Forest USDA Forest Service Seward Ranger District 334 4th Avenue P.O. Rainforest, mountains, undulating hills of various shades of green, glacier blue waters of lost lake and the geography of the land is remarkable - mountains, chasms, glaciers- one end of trail overlooking Kenai Lake and at the other end overlooking Seward and Resurrection bay. Fantastic trail, probably my favorite in Alaska. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Lost Lake starts at its namesake trailhead. A very cool experience regardleds and I'll be back in the summer to see the lake. From Lost Lake the trail follows the contour around the hillside to the Petrified Tree parking area, crosses the … It was a great hike. Went up the summer side of the trail. Snow clad mountains are … We had to take the shoes off and wade a bit before the hike back. Hiked N to S today, 14.8 miles. Watch for fallen trees across trail. (by reservation only); the winter trail is 1.77 miles and begins at 0.25 mile. This trail however can be bumpy and has a narrow bridge crossing. I wouldn’t recommend this trail for biking due to all the roots but it was a nice walk. Hands down, best hike that we've been on in Alaska. Packwood Lake approach: From I-5, north of Castle Rock, drive US-12 east 66.5 miles to Packwood; at the east end of town, turn right onto FR-1260 and drive 6 miles to the trailhead. Wonderful! 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