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Moose Pass, Alaska - The Soul of the Kenai Mountains

Moose Pass is a beautiful Alaska community nestled on the shores of Trail Lake in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska's Playground.  Moost Pass served as a transportation crossraods since its earliest settlers arrived by dogsled.  Oscar Christensen and Mickey Natt came to the area by horse and dog team in 1909.

The log cabin and log roadhouse they built served as an inn and supply house for prospectors headed for the gold fields of the north.  The original Iditarod Trail was blazed through the area in 1910 and 1911.  By 1912, Moose Pass was the site of a railroad construction camp.

Here you will find wonderful people who will make your Alaska experience memorable!  Our community includes numerous bed and breakfast establishments, guide services, flight-seeing, a resturant and shops.  Surrounded by towering mountains, Moose Pass will help you enjoy a vacation respire whether you are a sportsman, photographer, explorer, pilot or hammock-bound book lover!

Moose Pass is the perfect location to serve as a home-base for visiting in Seward or the Russian River fishing area.  The Trails of Chugach National Forest will take you to pristine mountain lakes, bountiful berry patches, and breathtaking apline vistas.

More Information:

Moose Pass Chamber of Commerce

Kenai Mountain-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area

USDA Forest Service - Chugach National Forest

Upper Kenai Visitor's Guide