Lower Iditarod Trail | Girdwood Trails

Girdwood Trails - Bike, Hike or Run
  • Multi Use Trail Girdwood Trail – Biking, Hiking, & Cross Country Ski Trail in Girdwood
  • Learn more about Biking the Lower Iditarod Trail in Girdwood Below
  • Flat for most of the way – Two bridges and a couple boardwalks
  • Can be muddy in spots after lots of rain
  • The Lower Iditarod Trail follows the river from the Girdwood Forest Fair Park all the way to the train tracks by the Tesoro/Seward Highway
  • One way is about 1.5 miles
  • To get to the trailhead park at the Girdwood Forest Fair Park and follow the dirt road in the back. This will lead you to the Lower Iditarod trailhead.
We suggest parking at the Girdwood Forest Fair Park and biking down the dirt road. There is only enough space for 1-2 cars to park at the end of the cold-a-sac.
Check out this GPS Map we made to see exactly how to get to the trail head.

The Lower Iditarod Trail – Girdwood Bike Trails

EASY | HARD TAIL | FULL SUSPENSION | FAT TIRE | MULTI USE
This is a great introductory trail for mountain biking with only about 100 feet of elevation change. Depending on the year you’ll run into some muddy spots but it’s a great spot to gain confidence with it. There are two bridges, with one slightly more advanced then the other.

You can ride this trail there and back or pick a different trail for the way back – via the Girdwood Bike Path or if you’re an experienced rider take the Beaver Pond Trail.

Lower Iditarod Trail | Girdwood Trails