We will be staying in 2 locations and taking day trips each day to explore the areas. Feel free to join us or explore on your own! Each night we will barbecue and have a bonfire! Contact us for more specific information.
Our trip will begin outside of Palmer along the Hatcher Pass. We will ride the pass the first day and explore the historic mining town in the area. The second day we will hike the April Bowl!
One of the best motorcycle routes in Alaska is the 127-mile Seward Highway, which has been designated a National Forest Scenic Byway and an Alaska Scenic Byway. This road links the cities of Seward and Anchorage and features elevation changes, twisties and sweepers. Bikers on this road will ride past glaciers, gorgeous bays and fjords, lakes and scenic valleys. In the Chugach State Park, the Seward Highway follows the shorelines of Turnagain Arm, where bikers may be able to spot beluga whales in the sea or spy Dall sheep or mountain goats along the road or on nearby cliffs.
Sterling Highway is a 138-mile link between Moose Pass and Homer on the Kenai Peninsula. Two portions of this roadway have been designated as State Scenic Byways. The northern section travels between Sterling Wye and Skilak Lake, while the southern portion connects the Homer Spit and Anchor Point. This is a beautiful ride past the Cook Inlet, Kenai Lake, the Kenai River, and through the gorgeous Skilak Lake Special Management Area.
Things to do:
The Lost Lake trail
Hikes: Grewing Glacier Trail