Devils Creek/Pass Trail

Moose Pass, AK
Length: 10.20 mi.
Type: Out & Back

About This Trail

[Total: 1    Average: 5/5]

Devil’s Creek starts at its namesake trailhead just off of the Seward Highway (Hwy 1). This trail is 10.2 miles one way.

The trail starts with a slight downhill to a bridged creek crossing. Once across, plan on climbing for a good bit. The ascent starts somewhat mellow heading towards the Devil’s Creek drainage. Once you turn into the huge valley, the grade steepens as you slowly work your way up to the tundra. The trail isn’t rough, just a steady grind.

There are several waterfalls, one big one, that you’ll cross as you hike up. As the sound of one fades, another starts to starts to rumble.

As the scrubs transition into the low moss of the tundra, the route flattens a bit and rolls across a few sections of rocky trail.

The approach to Devil’s Pass is rolling and actually a slightly downhill. When you reach the sign, you’ll be surrounded by mountains in a large flat area.

Continue straight to perhaps the most beautiful part of the hike, a string of high alpine lakes. The connection to Resurrection Pass Trail is at the lower end. Where there is a cabin you can reserve for the nights stay.

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Trail Features

Seasons Fall, Spring, Summer, and Winter
Surface type Dirt
Elevation gain 2,346 ft.
Stroller friendly No
Stroller terrain No Wheels
ADA accessible No
Water fountains No
Bathrooms Yes
Cell reception None
Pet friendly Yes
Nearby convenience store No
Camping Nearby Yes
Emergency support
within 5 miles

Trail highlights

Bike Trails, Camping Nearby, Creek / River, Fishing, Shaded Hike, Viewpoint, Waterfall, and Wildlife Viewing

Trail Contributor

[Total: 1    Average: 5/5]

Lacey Stock is the Kenai Peninsula Branch Ambassador (16,000 square miles) in Alaska for Hike it Baby. She is also a volunteer on the Technical Support Team and Calendar Team for Hike it Baby. She has visited 49 out of the 50 United States and hopes to hit Hawaii in the near future. She has enjoyed hiking all her life and hopes to instill that same value and love in her three daughters (Rebekah (6), Hannah (4), and Esther (2).) Originally from Katy Texas (Near Houston), she now resides in Nikiski Alaska. Lacey owns her own yoga studio and volunteers on two local boards (Kenai Little League and Nikiski Senior Service Area). She also is a fulltime college student currently with a Associates of Technology in Process Technology and pursuing a Bachelors of Arts in Social Sciences with concentrations in Anthropology, Government & Political Science, and Economics. She is a homeschooling mom as well and loves to take her kiddos on “fieldtrips” around the country where you can almost always find them hiking during the trip.

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