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Point Woronzof Park is a large park with picturesque woodland and snowy hills in winter. Its undulating terrain makes for excellent backcountry skiing conditions and a scenic picnic spot in summer. Look for beluga wales rising from the chilly waters of the Knik Arm of the Cook Inlet in search of salmon.
Saunter through the 192-acre (78-hectare) park with your family on a fine summer day. Spot a range of wildlife, such as foxes, moose, lynxes and eagles. Meander through the birch trees on the hills and the alder, cottonwood and spruce around the rest of the park. See the many swallows building nests in the cliff face.
In winter, the ravens are particularly active, using the winds to perform impressive acrobatics for mating displays over the hills. Watch dozens of these fascinating birds putting on rituals to impress the opposite sex.
Stay for sunset for impressive views of the ice moving on the tide of the ocean beneath a red sky. Mount Susitna and Fire Island rise dramatically over the horizon. Take a pair of skis or a snowmobile to explore the snowy terrain in style.
Embark on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, which runs along the western flank of the park. Cycle the trail and enjoy the views of the ocean to the west. The path runs for 11 miles (18 kilometers) from central Anchorage to Kincaid Park.
Enter the park, which remains open at all times, for free. It is also known as The Neverlands and Seven Hills Ski Park. The official name comes from the Russian ambassador Count Simon Romanovitch Woronzof, following an 18th-century expedition.
Point Woronzof Park is on the western side of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. Watch the jets taking off and landing in the airport. Drive 5 miles (8 kilometers) west of the city center to reach the park in around 12 minutes. A bus journey from central Anchorage lasts 20 minutes.
How about making your stop at Point Woronzof Park even more memorable? Don't miss the chance to try one or two of these things to do:
Taken you years to experience this celebrated attraction? Then you can't go home without trying an Anchorage All Around City Tour w/ taste of smoked salmon.
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Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Hood Harbor, Bootlegger Cove, and DeLong Lake Park. Jewel Lake and Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Bootlegger Cove, Lake Hood Harbor, and DeLong Lake Park. Pop Carr Park and Jewel Lake are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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Located in Spenard, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Bootlegger Cove, Lake Hood Harbor, and DeLong Lake Park. Jewel Lake and Pop Carr Park are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Hood Harbor, DeLong Lake Park, and Jewel Lake. Bootlegger Cove and Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Bootlegger Cove and 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Sullivan Arena. Delaney Park and Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center are also within 15 minutes. Anchorage Alaska Railroad Depot is 22 minutes by foot.
Located in Turnagain, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Bootlegger Cove, Lake Hood Harbor, and DeLong Lake Park. Pop Carr Park and Jewel Lake are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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