Photo Credit: Frank Kovalchek

KMTA supports and facilitates trail projects

National Heritage Area Trails

Andy Simons with companions and packhorse

The Kenai Mountains and Turnagain Arm are celebrated as a National Heritage Area in large part because of the region’s role as a corridor between mountains and waterways. Routes were forged by Alaskan Natives, adopted by prospectors for the Iditarod Trail network, transformed to government railroad, and contemporary highways. These crossroads routed much of Alaska’s history and continue to draw people to explore mountain and water trails.

KMTA Role

KMTA Projects

Trail Development Map

Trail Partners and Contacts

Biking in the KMTA Corridor