Considered by many to be the best short backpack route in the state, this 27-mile long trail winds through alpine meadows, along ridges to high passes. Rock cairns mark the trail. There are emergency shelter cabins available on a first come, first served basis at Mile 10.1 and Mile 17.5.
Views of the White Mountains, Crazy Mountains, and the Yukon River drainage can be seen.
Wildflowers peak in mid-June. Trail information is available from Bureau of Land Management - Alaska.
The trail is closed to off-highway vehicle use.