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The information presented includes commercially operated motocross tracks, national recreation areas and dunes, national forests, BLM lands, state vehicle recreation areas, commercial ATV parks, and any other legal places we've found to ride off-road. Our goal is to make all of your riding choices available in one place, and we are continuously adding new riding areas and updating existing trails so be sure to bookmark this website.

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Klutina Lake Trail

Featured Trail Near Copper Center, AK!

Located near Copper Center, Alaska, this 23-mile long 4x4 trail follows a scenic river and ends at Klutina Lake. The road is usually rough and muddy and only high clearance vehicles are recommended. A one acre parking site is located at the end of the trail and users are allowed park and camp up to 24 hours.

The trail goes through a mix of private, BLM and native owned lands so users must remain on the trail. A camping permit is required and can be obtained by contacting Ahtna, Inc.

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From: Wasilla, AK
1) Take SR-1 east about 150 miles
2) Turn right (south) onto the Richardson Hwy, continue about 12 miles
3) Turn right (south-west) onto 19 Aple-3 Road/Brenwick Craig Road, continue 1.3 miles.
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