Peters Creek Valley Trail



Difficulty: Moderate

Distance: 5-14 miles

Elevation Gain: 500-1500ft

Type: Out-and-Back

The trailhead to this route provides access to Bear Mountain and Mt. Eklutna. It leads along an old roadbed that can be steep and muddy in sections. The trail also has a few stream crossings without bridges for the average adventurer. The skiing is excellent and the whole area is open to snowmachines when weather conditions allow.

You'll find berries growing on the slopes of both Mt. Eklutna and Bear Mountain above Peters Creek.

Features: Kid Friendly, Bicycling, Skiing, Running
Directions: To access the trail head, take Peters Creek exit from the Glenn Highway, then turn right on Ski Rd. Follow Ski Rd for one mile, take a right on Whaley, which become Chugach Park Rd. Take a left on Kullberg, following it through switchbacks, then turn right on Malcolm Dr. The trail begins about a quarter mile ahead.

Getting There

Latitude: 61.3974
Longitude: -149.4126
Driving Directions