Located 30 minutes North of Town The Klondike Bluffs Trail System is a phenomenal network of single track spanning over 50 miles. The terrain differs from challenging, techy tight singletrack to fast and flowey open singletrack.
Alaska
  Homer
Mega Steps
  Little Salty
  Copper Ridge
  Agate Loop
  Agate Midline
  Agate West
  Chilkoot Pass
  Dino-Flow
  EKG
Klondike Bluff
Miners Loop
Azurite
Malachite
  Jasper
  Jurassic
  Baby Steps
  Sidestep
Instep
UFO
Nome
Hazard County Shuttle Van

$30 Per Rider / Per Bike

Located 30 minutes North of Town The Klondike Bluffs Trail System is a phenomenal network of single track spanning over 50 miles. The terrain differs from challenging, techy tight singletrack to fast and flowey open singletrack.
Alaska
  Homer
Mega Steps
  Little Salty
  Copper Ridge
  Agate Loop
  Agate Midline
  Agate West
  Chilkoot Pass
  Dino-Flow
  EKG
Klondike Bluff
Miners Loop
Azurite
Malachite
  Jasper
  Jurassic
  Baby Steps
  Sidestep
Instep
UFO
Nome
Hazard County Shuttle Van

$30 Per Rider / Per Bike

Located 30 minutes North of Town The Klondike Bluffs Trail System is a phenomenal network of single track spanning over 50 miles. The terrain differs from challenging, techy tight singletrack to fast and flowey open singletrack.

There are two parking areas for the Klondike Bluffs riding area. Both are accessible from HWY 191; the north lot has an easier road, more parking, and a pit toilet. There is also free camping sites offered here. This is the drop off location for the famous North Klondike To Town ride. There are NO WATER sources in this area. Bring PLENTY!

Located 30 minutes North of Town The Klondike Bluffs Trail System is a phenomenal network of single track spanning over 50 miles. The terrain differs from challenging, techy tight singletrack to fast and flowey open singletrack.

There are two parking areas for the Klondike Bluffs riding area. Both are accessible from HWY 191; the north lot has an easier road, more parking, and a pit toilet. There is also free camping sites offered here. This is the drop off location for the famous North Klondike To Town ride. There are NO WATER sources in this area. Bring PLENTY!