Hatcher Pass

Management Area - Alaska

The Hatcher Pass Management Area primarily consists of mountainous terrain in the Talkeetna Mountain Range that climb from the 1000 ft. valley floor to summits higher than 6,000 ft. The area includes more than 30 prominent summits and associated glaciers. It can be accessed on paved roads and is only an hour and 20 minutes away from Anchorage, and 20 minutes from either Palmer or Wasilla. The Palmer-Fishhook road north of Palmer from Mile 49.5 Glenn Highway leads to the east side of Hatcher Pass while the Willow-Fishhook Road off the Parks Highway leads to the west entrance. Hatcher Pass offers access to extraordinary mountaineering terrain, beautiful mountain scenery, gold panning, berry picking, hiking, biking and horseback riding in the summer. It also offers mountain skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter. Hatcher Pass has a rich history of gold prospecting, claims and active mining, and includes Independence Mine State Historical Park.

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Brochure and Map for Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.Hatcher Pass - Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map for Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.

Winter Brochure and Map for Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.Hatcher Pass - Winter Brochure and Map

Winter Brochure and Map for Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.

Guide to Reed Lakes Trail and Gold Mint Trail at Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.Hatcher Pass - Reed Lakes Trail and Gold Mint Trail

Guide to Reed Lakes Trail and Gold Mint Trail at Hatcher Pass State Management Area in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.

Brochure of State Parks in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.Alaska State Parks - Brochure

Brochure of State Parks in Alaska. Published by Alaska State Parks.

Hatcher Pass MA https://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/aspunits/matsu/hatcherpassema.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatcher_Pass The Hatcher Pass Management Area primarily consists of mountainous terrain in the Talkeetna Mountain Range that climb from the 1000 ft. valley floor to summits higher than 6,000 ft. The area includes more than 30 prominent summits and associated glaciers. It can be accessed on paved roads and is only an hour and 20 minutes away from Anchorage, and 20 minutes from either Palmer or Wasilla. The Palmer-Fishhook road north of Palmer from Mile 49.5 Glenn Highway leads to the east side of Hatcher Pass while the Willow-Fishhook Road off the Parks Highway leads to the west entrance. Hatcher Pass offers access to extraordinary mountaineering terrain, beautiful mountain scenery, gold panning, berry picking, hiking, biking and horseback riding in the summer. It also offers mountain skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter. Hatcher Pass has a rich history of gold prospecting, claims and active mining, and includes Independence Mine State Historical Park.

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