Copper Lake Trail a route in Alaska
Last we checked it was currently closed to ORV. When traveling in the park ORV permits are required for all recreational users. To obtain a permit, apply in person at the Slana Ranger Station (907) 822-7401 or Park Headquarters (907) 822-7250.
The first 2.5 miles of the trail is suitable for day hikers. ORVâ€™s (Off-Road Vehicles) are the principle users of the trail. The conditions of the trail varies with seasonal rains and amount of use. Use caution when crossing Tanada Creek as it can be deep and swift. The first 6 miles are generally across dry dirt. The rest of the trail can be very wet with numerous mud bogs. Travel can be difficult. Generally the trail is in fair condition.
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