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The Goat Trail

  In the Wrangell Mountains you'll find lots of hiking trails, it's a great hiking area. The Goat Trail is very far from the nearest big city and it is a great escape from the city. Hitting the trails is always a fun thing to do and The Goat Trail in Valdez-Cordova Borough, Alaska is a perfect place for getting out. As long as you like the outdoors you will like Alaska.
Whitewater paddling is not for everyone but if it's for you then we recommend Chitistone
    River. For the period of the days of summer here at The Goat Trail, high temperatures usually get into the 60's, and the nighttime is slightly cooler of course, ordinarily in the 40's. The wintertime brings highs down to the-20's,
and night lows in the-30's for The Goat Trail. The Goat Trail gets very little rain. For the period of July this area sees the most rain, and the driest month of the year is March. 

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These outdoors activities are available near The Goat Trail.
 Whitewater Near The Goat Trail:
Chitistone River, Valdez-Cordova Census Area Borough , 22 miles away, Class II-III - 9 miles long (Glacier Creek to Nizina River)
Kiagna River, Valdez-Cordova Census Area Borough , 27 miles away, Class V+ - 19 miles long (Gravel bar to Chitina River)
Nizina River, Valdez-Cordova Census Area Borough , 29 miles away, Class II+ - 35 miles long (Nizina Glacier to Kennicott River)
White River, Valdez-Cordova Census Area Borough , 30 miles away, Class II - 55 miles long (Solo Creek airstrip to Alaska Highway Bridge)

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