Kodiak Area

Trails Map

brochure Kodiak Area - Trails Map

Trails Map of the Kodiak Area in Alaska. Published by Kodiak Island Borough.

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Tw in 20 00 16 16 31 Kashevaroff Mountain 00 56 00 25 Broad Point 27 15 33 0 10 0 LES er Riv 50 0 ss 2000 2 10 0 50 Ru ia n N IA ree 0 50 15 0 0 100 3 0 00 CH I KON k 0 24 25 0 0 50 MI 10 00 14 DD LE 00 BA Y LES Womens Bay KON RD 24 25 24 10 LES 79 25 0 0 500 0 00 50 0 0 00 Z F Long Island LES 10 0 25 20 RE Old Women’s Mountain O AN 17 00 10 25 0 0 43 OUZ 1 30 LES 11 8 00 43 00 6 10 0 10 12 20 62 00 10 3 500 20 LES 7 12 12 0 Barometer Mountain 0 Sargent Creek 10 0 LES 00 7 NOK 40 72 D 72 12 R AY 20 0 0 NB 10 0 2000 20 00 NOK 7 NOK 7 7 Woody Island 80 0 NOK r E RS e Riv LA 50 0 00 20 0 0 00 Near Island8 ki n N TO Buskin Lake 1000 71 10 0 0 Bus AN 50 0 12 0 1500 10 0 er Riv 10 0 1 48 48 12 25 0 0 00 54 2 1500 kin 19 51 25 100 10 20 0 0 1500 Bus k 1500 0 10 0 0 51 ee Cr 1000 ow 100 10 20 Pillar Mountain 1000 00 00 0 47 20 0 Pyramid Mountain 20 15 Elb 50 OUZ 100 Three Sisters 00 0 20 0 0 100 0 1500 25 0 41 500 0 50 10 0 0 20 0 AY RD 50 10 66 OUZ Mill Bay 42 2000 ARSEN B OUZ 50 100 White Sands Beach 100 ANTON L 0 Sharatin Mountain 15 0 75 20 0 0 50 0 00 20 0 0 20 0 Monashka Bay 75 10 OUZ 15 0 0 36 35 1500 Termination Point 74 100 00 35 100 0 10 1500 1500 OUZ 76 Three Pillars Point LES Monashka Mountain 1000 77 Sharatin Bay Cascade Lake 15 1 100 80 10 0 100 0 80 0 10 0 0 OUZ 0 0 100 0 10 0 50 100 10 0 Neva Cove 0 0 Kizhuyak Bay 0 53 50 50 0 OUZ 10 Road/Urban Trail Private Trail 17B Easement One-acre Campsite Approved Stream Crossing Trailhead Native Land Federal Land State Land Borough Land City Land Mental Health Trust Land Private/Other Spruce Island 50 0 1000 15 0 LEGEND 100 15 0 0 10 50 0 10 0 00 50 100 10 Whale Island 00 00 46 10 00 100 1500 20 100 69 39 39 2000 50 0 Ugak Bay 1500 10 0 10 0 0 Narrow Cape KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH 0 100 20 50 00 10 0 39 0 Pasagshak Point 0 00 0 50 00 15 1500 1500 00 50 0 0 10 0 0 15 0 00 0 1500 20 10 0 0 10 0 0 55 Sacramento River Trail 56 Salonie Creek Trail 57 Saltery Cove Road 58 Saltery Cove to Lake Miam Trails 59 Saltery Cove Trails 60 Saltery Lake Trails 61 Saltery to Lake Miam Trails 62 Sargent Creek to Ski Chalet Trail 63 Sequel Point Trail 64 Sharatin Mountain Trail 65 Signal Hill Trails 66 Ski Chalet Bowls 67 Small Creek Trail 68 South End Park 10 41 North Sister 42 North Sister North Side 43 Old Woman Mountain 44 Pasagshak Bay to Portage Bay Trail 45 Pasagshak Pass Trail 46 Pasagshak Point Trail 47 Pillar Creek Bench Trail 48 Pillar Mountain Ridge Trail 49 Powerline Loop 50 Pyramid Mountain 51 Pyramid Mountain South 52 Roslyn Creek Trail 53 Rotary Park Trails 54 Russian Ridge Trails 0 26 Kalsin Beach Trails 27 Kashevaroff Mountain Trail 28 Lake Miam New Trail 0 50 29 Lefty Lake Trail 30 Long Island 31 Mayflower Beach Trails 32 Middle Bay Trails 0 Mike Milligan’s Trail 33 10 0 34 Monashka Bay Viewpoint Trail 35 Monashka Mountain Loop 37 Monashka Range Trail 38 Myrtle Creek Trails 39 Narrow Cape Loop 40 Near Island South End 50 0 1000 0 50 15 0 0 1000 20 0 1 Anton Larsen Bay to Three Pillar Point Trail 0 2 Anton Larsen Pass 1Loop 00 3 Barometer Mountain 4 Barry/Sacramento Trail 5 Bells Flats Trails 6 Black Canyon Creek Trail 100 00 15 7 Boyscout Lake Trails 8 Burma Road 9 Burton Ranch Trails 10 Buskin Beach Trails 0 50 11 Buskin Lake Trails 00 List of Trails 12 Buskin Valley Trails 13 Cape Chiniak Trails 14 Caroline Lake Trail 0 0 15 Cascade Lake Trail 10 16 Center Mountain Trail 17 Cliff Point Trails 18 Coplee Ranch Trails 1500 19 Cross Fox Lake Trail 20 Deadman Creek Trail 21 Frank Creek Trails 00 22 15Heitman Mountain to Raymond Peak 23 Hidden Lakes Trail 24 Jack’s Lakes Trails 0 25 Kalsin Bay to Summit Lake Trails 10 15 00 00 10 20 50 1 50 10 69 Surfer’s Beach 70 Swampy Acres 71 Swampy Acres to Pillar Mountain Trail 72 Swampy Acres Trails 74 Termination Point Inland Trail 75 Termination Point Loop 76 Three Pillar Point Trail 77 Two Bear Cove Trail 78 Wild Creek Trail 79 Womens Bay Trails 80 Woody Island 81 Zentner Creek Spur Trail Class 3 Trail Class 4 Trail Class 5 Sustainable Uses: • Hiking Sustainable Uses: • Hiking • Off-road bicycles • Equestrians • Motorcycles Sustainable Uses: Class 3A • Hiking • Off-road bicycles • Equestrians • ATVs & Motorcycles Class 3B • Hiking • Off-road bicycles Sustainable Uses: Class 4A • Hiking • Off-road bicycles • Equestrians • ATVs & Motorcycles Class 4B • Hiking • Off-road bicycles Sustainable Uses: • Hikers / Fitness • Bicyclists Simple / Minor Development Developed / Improved Highly Developed Fully Developed Urban Trails ID# TRAIL NAME CLASS LENGTH (miles) 2 Boatyard Path 3 Chichenoff Trace and ROW 4 East Elementary Path 5 Eli Waselie Trail 6 Fort Abercrombie S.P. Trails 7 Island Lake Creek Trail 8 North End Park 9 Perenosa Trail 10 Rezanof Bike Path 11 Russian Ridge Trails 1 & 12 Spruce Cape Trails 3b 1, 4 4 4 2, 3a-b 2, 3a-b, 4, 5 2, 3a-b 1, 2 5 2, 3a-b 1, 3a-b, 4 0.16 1.68 0.10 0.22 7.03 1.62 1.71 0.48 2.48 10.06 2.36 Road System Trails ID# TRAIL NAME 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Anton Larsen Bay to Three Pillar Point Trail Anton Larsen Pass Loop Barometer Mountain Barry/Sacramento Trail Bells Flats Trails Black Canyon Creek Trail Boyscout Lake Trails CLASS LENGTH (miles) 3a 3a 2, 3a 2, 3a 3a, 4 3a 1-4 2.37 0.28 1.96 0.61 1.10 0.41 6.74 ID# TRAIL NAME CLASS LENGTH (miles) ID# TRAIL NAME CLASS LENGTH (miles) 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 3a 2 - 3b, 5 1 - 2, 3b 1 - 3a 3a-b 3a, 4 3a 2 1 , 3a 3a - 4a 4a 1 1 4a 1-2 4 2, 3a 3a 4 3a 3a 3a 2, 3a 4a 3a-b, 4 1 3a 1 - 3b 3a 4a 2, 4-4a 2 1 - 3a 1 3a-b 3a 2 6.77 7.62 1.11 11.29 4.36 8.97 0.32 3.42 8.95 15.61 2.91 1.30 2.21 1.37 4.80 0.33 15.01 11.41 3.17 3.54 10.89 3.28 6.65 0.46 2.08 3.84 0.35 6.78 0.77 1.06 4.60 0.55 0.82 0.36 4.66 11.44 0.50 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 3a 3a-b 1, 3a 3a 1 - 3a 1 - 3a 1 - 3a 3b - 5 3a 3a 1, 3a, 5 4 - 4a 3a 3a, 4 3a, 4-4a 3a 1, 3a-b 3, 3a, 4, 4a 1, 2 3a 3a 3a 2 3a 3a,d 4a 3a 1, 3a, 4a 3a 2 - 3b 3a 2, 3a 1, 3a 2, 3a, 5 1 - 3b 3a 3.37 1.91 2.82 0.85 2.82 1.20 1.25 0.51 2.48 6.26 8.75 18.29 8.12 1.17 7.02 5.34 8.89 9.19 3.74 3.51 5.68 0.29 1.20 1.73 0.18 1.84 11.74 0.68 4.15 0.38 4.37 8.71 7.93 6.98 1.77 Burma Road/Burton Blvd Burton Ranch Trails Buskin Beach Trails Buskin Lake Trails Buskin Valley Trails Cape Chiniak Trails Caroline Lake Trail Cascade Lake Trail Center Mountain Trail Cliff Point Trails Coplee Ranch Trails Cross Fox Lake Trail Deadman Creek Trail Frank Creek Trails Heitman Mntn. to Raymond Peak Hidden Lakes Trail Jack’s Lakes Trails Kalsin Bay to Summit Lake Trails Kalsin Beach Trails Kashevaroff Mountain Trail Lake Miam New Trail Lefty Lake Trail Long Island Mayflower Beach Trails Middle Bay Trails Mike Milligan’s Trail Monashka Bay Viewpoint Trail Monashka Mountain Loop Monashka Range Trail Myrtle Creek Trails Narrow Cape Loop Near Island South End North Sister North Sister North Side Old Woman Mountain Pasagshak Bay to Portage Bay Trail Pasagshak Pass Trail Pasagshak Point Trail Pillar Creek Bench Trail Pillar Mountain Ridge Trail Powerline Loop Pyramid Mountain Pyramid Mountain South Roslyn Creek Trail Rotary Park Trails Russian Ridge Trails Sacramento River Trail Salonie Creek Trail Saltery Cove Road Saltery Cove to Lake Miam Trails Saltery Cove Trails Saltery Lake Trails Saltery to Lake Miam Trails Sargent Creek to Ski Chalet Trail Sequel Point Trail Sharatin Mountain Trail Signal Hill Trails Ski Chalet Bowls Small Creek Trail South End Park Surfer’s Beach Swampy Acres Swampy Acres to Pillar Mntn. Trail Swampy Acres Trails Termination Point Inland Trail Termination Point Loop Three Pillar Point Trail Two Bear Cove Trail Wild Creek Trail Womens Bay Trails Woody Island Zentner Creek Spur Trails User Map Trail Class 2 Minimal/ Undeveloped TRAILS, CAMPSITES, LANDMARKS Trail Class 1 KODIAK ROAD SYSTEM We All Love Fish! Summer Trail Etiquette Winter Trail Etiquette 17b Easements Motorized Users: Motorized Users: Many trails located on public land in the Kodiak area can only be accessed via private property. In many cases a “17b easement” provides this access across private property within a defined corridor. Federal regulations (43 CFR 2650.4-7) describe the guidelines used to establish the easements which are maintained by the federal government (Bureau of Land Management). • Leave No Trace: Be sensitive to the soil beneath you. Wet and muddy trails are more vulnerable to damage than dry ones. When the trail is soft, consider other trail options. This also means staying on existing trails and not creating new ones. Don't cut switchbacks. • Certain trails can support different uses at different times of the year due to wet/snowy conditions. Please do not damage trails when conditions are not optimal for motorized use. • Do not litter. Be sure to pack out at least as much as you pack in. • Yield Appropriately: Slow down, and do your utmost to let your fellow trail users know you’re coming — a friendly greeting is a good method. Try to anticipate other trail users as you ride around corners. In general, strive to make each pass a safe and courteous one. • Use caution and be prudent without jeopardizing the safety of others. • Share the trail with other trail users by respecting other types of use and modes of travel, such as hikers and mountain bikers. • Ride at a speed reasonable for conditions. • Uphill traffic has the right-of-way. • Slow down when approaching or overtaking another user. Calling out to make them aware of your intentions is advisable. • If In Doubt, Let Air Out – overinflated tires dig ruts into soft snow. • Wider Wheels = Easier Riding – fat tires improve flotation. • Always stay to the right on trails. Slow down, or pull off the trail if necessary when encountering skiers, snowshoers, dog sleds are other trail users. • Take care of the trail – treat your surroundings with respect. Wait for enough snow cover to protect vegetation. Avoid running over trees and shrubs. • When meeting head-on, snowmachiners should pull off the trail and turn off their engines to allow other non-motorized users to pass. • When approaching from behind, snowmachiners should slow down and wait until the traveler in front signals it is OK to pass. Protecting Salmon Habitat = Good Fishing for many generations of humans, bears, eagles and foxes! • 25-foot Trail: Uses allowed on a 25-foot wide trail easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, and small all-terrain vehicles (under 3,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight). • 50-foot Trail: Uses allowed on a 50 foot wide trail easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, small and large all-terrain vehicles, track vehicles and four-wheel drive vehicles. • 60-foot Road: Uses allowed on a 60 foot wide trail easement are travel by foot, dogsled, animals, snowmobiles, two and three-wheel vehicles, small and large all-terrain vehicles, track vehicles, four-wheel drive vehicles, automobiles, and trucks. • 1-Acre Site: The uses allowed on a site easement are: vehicle parking (such as aircraft, boats, all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, cars, and trucks), temporary camping, and loading or unloading. Temporary camping and loading or unloading is limited to 24 hours. • Please be courteous to other trail users; preserve cross country ski tracks if present. Do not walk or ride on the tracks, as it damages them for other users. Avoid riding, skiing, dog-sledding or hiking if it negatively impacts the trail (do not leave postholes or deep ruts). • Respect the rights of all winter users. Do not interfere with or harass others since people may judge an entire user group based on one individual’s behavior. • If an accident does occur, render necessary assistance. • Step off the side of the trail when resting. This will prevent an unexpected collision with other trail users or snowmachines. • Dress visibly: Wear reflective and/or bright clothing • Slower users (within the same activity) should pull off the trail to allow faster users to pass. • Leave No Trace: Always pack out at least as much as you pack in. • Respect private property by staying on the trail easement when crossing private lands. Obey all signs, gates, and barriers. • Many trails are maintained by volunteers; show thanks by pitching in on a trail work day. • Plan Ahead: Know your equipment, your ability and the area in which you are visiting and prepare accordingly. Strive to be self-sufficient: keep your equipment in good repair and carry necessary supplies for changes in weather or other conditions. • Do not travel off trail. • Know the area you are riding in. Be aware of its potential hazards. • Carry a GPS or map of the trail or area you intend to travel. • Maintain control of your pets. Do not allow them to disturb wildlife. • Clean up after pets. Please Respect Salmon Habitat 17b easements are intended to provide access across private Native lands and along public waterways. 17b easement categories include: All Users: All Users: Lester Lightfoot says: “We are known by the tracks we leave.” Wild salmon are one of Kodiak’s most valuable renewable resources. Our fish are worth millions of dollars to the commercial, sport, personal use, and subsistence fishing economies. Not to mention, they are important food for Kodiak’s bears, foxes, and eagles. Kodiak salmon are anadromous. That means they migrate up rivers and streams from the sea to breed in fresh water. Operating a motorized vehicle in anadromous streams or river beds, along gravel banks, and on lakeshores, unless at designated or posting crossings (see map on back) is illegal at all times of the year without a permit from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (per AS 16.05.870.b). • Know your trail before riding. • Increased siltation from erosion can smother salmon eggs and kill tiny young salmon. • The weight of your vehicle can damage essential spawning pools by flattening the stream bed. • Your vehicle can crush salmon eggs and compact gravel where tiny salmon seek protection from predators and depend on air spaces to breathe. • Vehicles can drip oil or gas, which can pollute fresh water and harm young salmon. iste rs © 2012 Kodiak Island Borough. Map design and layout by Alta Planning + Design, www.altaplanning.com KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH 42 Monashka Bay 47 Pillar Beach k ee r rC li la P Miller Point 34 R BAYVIEW D 6 37 6 54 D DR LAKEVIEW Russian Ridge Pillar Mountain ANTO 11 10 Y WILLOW ST AD MILL BAY RO WOODLAND DR 10 LARCH ST 12 1 Spruce Cape RE ZA NO FD R EW EL HE SC REZANO F DRIVE 11 SELIEF LN MTN RD Mill Bay N VO PILL AR Y LIL LY DR 7 11 NE W 7 11 48 6 6 I WY ELO OTM ROA A BAY K H S A M ON 5 9 3 D E ROA P A C CE SPRU MISSION ROAD 2 AQ M I AL DR 53 68 40 8 LEGEND Road/Urban Trail Private Trail Approved Stream Crossing Trailhead Native Land Federal Land State Land Borough Land City Land Private/Other Near Island 80 NOK Woody Island Miles 0 0.25 0.5 0.75 1

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