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Old Iditarod Trail

  We all need to get out in nature once in a while and Old Iditarod Trail in Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Alaska is such a great place. No chance of getting bored in Alaska if you like the outdoors. Old Iditarod Trail is in a quite desolate area and it's one of those places where hiking is great. Hiking trails are all over the Alaska Range where beautiful scenery awaits you.
Take a little spree to Moose Creek if you're here at Old Iditarod Trail, and get
    dripping wet paddling on Skwentna River. Just can't get enough of the Alaska Range. Paddling on Happy River is so much fun. All through the warm days of summer at Old Iditarod Trail temperatures are ordinarily in the 60's. Summer
nighttime lows descend down to the 40's. The winter brings highs down to the 10's, and after the sun is down throughout the winter temperatures at Old Iditarod Trail dip into the-10's. It is very dehydrated here at Old Iditarod Trail usually. During September this area sees the most rain, and April is the month with the least moisture. 

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These outdoors activities are available near Old Iditarod Trail.
 Whitewater Near Old Iditarod Trail:
Happy River, Matanuska-Susitna Borough , 19 miles away, Class III+ - 32.5 miles long (Close to Sheep Lake to Skwentna River)
Skwentna River, Matanuska-Susitna Borough , 21 miles away, Class III+ - 113 miles long (Twin Glaciers to Skwentna)
 Public Lands Near Old Iditarod Trail:
Lake Clark National Park & Preserve, Anchorage - AK , 58 miles away

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