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Resurrection Pass National Recreation Trail
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RESURRECTION PASS NATIONAL RECREATION TRAIL
RESURRECTION PASS NATIONAL RECREATION TRAIL
Alaska is a great place for hikers. Summertime highs at Resurrection Pass National Recreation Trail commonly tend to be in the 70's. All through the dark hours of summer temperatures plunge down into the 50's. All through the wintertime the highs are commonly in the 20's while Resurrection Pass National Recreation Trail overnight low temperatures all through the wintertime are in the 10's.Resurrection Pass National Recreation Trail typically gets a large amount of rainfall; September is the wettest month with most rain, and the driest month of the year is May.




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Area Accommodations (over 20 miles away)
Cottages and Cabins
Private rental cabins in Halibut Cove, Alaska. No roads, no cars, just peace and quiet by the sea. Also offering transportation service to and from Homer, Kachemak Bay State Park, Halibut Cove, and other destinations.
82 miles from park*
Cottages and Cabins
This beautiful Eco-Lodge is located on a privately owned, remote beach inside Alaska's Kachemak Bay State Park, midway between the villages of Seldovia and Halibut Cove, and only 10 miles by boat from Homer, Alaska, the Bear Viewing Capital of the World.
66.4 miles from park*
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