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Important Notes

Hiking Stickers Promote


Responsible use of Trails

The Kodiak
Audubon Society
invites you to join
us for a stroll, a
hike, or a climb!

You may participate


in these hikes at your
own risk and should be
aware of dangers in the
wilderness and your
own limits.

Volunteers lead
hikes on our
beautiful island.

Only select trips with


a level of difficulty you
can manage (# 1 is the
easiest level).

Dress appropriately for


Kodiaks cool and wet
climate. Carry rain gear
and use the layering
principle. Wear good
quality waterproof hiking boots.
Bring a snack or sandwich, water, camera, and
binoculars to enjoy the
wildlife and the glorious
vistas.

2015
Audubon
Hiking
Schedule

Meet your hike


leader before
departure at
9:30am in front of
the Ferry Building
at the end of
Center Ave,
downtown.

Not all hikes are appropriate for all individuals.


Do not overestimate
your abilities.
Children are welcome
if accompanied by a
responsible adult and
if the trip is not too
strenuous (e.g. # 1 type
hikes).

Welcome!

Hiking and Birding Guide


This beautiful full color map includes descriptions of 40 popular hiking trails and
great birding spots along the Kodiak
road system. You
can purchase your
waterproof guide
for $12 at many
local businesses.
Proceeds support
environmental programs of the Kodiak
Audubon Society.

Kodiak Audubon
Hiking Program
coordinator:
Cindy Bower
486-0499

Check the
schedule inside
for dates,
destinations, and
difficulty levels.

Kodiak, Alaska

Hike!
Hikes are free and open to the public.

We are known by the tracks we leave...

486-0822
487-2790
(252) 204-0564
654-4622
512-0790
487-2790
486-4099
487-2790
486-4099
(252) 204-0564
486-2878
487-2790
486-4099
512-0790
(252) 204-0564
487-2790
486-4099
486-2634
(206) 601-8772
(252) 204-0564
(206) 601-8772
487-2790
486-2654
(206) 601-8772
486-4099
(206) 601-8772
486-2654
486-2654

Linda Himelbloom
Heather Preece
Jessica Eanes
Marsha Spaford
Liz Fleming
Heather Preece
Veronica Costa-Bolton
Heather Preece
Veronica Costa-Bolton
Jessica Eanes
Cindy Trussell
Heather Preece
Veronica Costa-Bolton
Liz Fleming
Jessica Eanes
Heather Preece
Veronica Costa-Bolton
Patrick Saltonstall
Hans Tschersich
Jessica Eanes
Hans Tschersich
Heather Preece
Mary Lukens
Hans Tschersich
Veronica Costa-Bolton
Hans Tschersich
Mary Lukens
Mary Lukens

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Heitman Lake, (wet start, birds, flowers, 4 miles)


Barometer Mountain, (steep climb, views, flowers, 4 miles)
Heitman Lake, (wet start, birds, flowers, 4 miles)
North Sister, (back side, climb, views, birds, 4 miles)
Spruce Cape, (families welcome, 1 mile)
Pyramid Mountain, (hike, climb, birds, flowers, views, 6 miles)
Boy Scout Lake Trails, (Yoga, hike in woods, birds, flowers, 2 miles)
Old Womans Loop mountain-to-fairgrounds, (birds, flowers, 6 miles)
Anton Larson Pass Loop, (Yoga, climb, view, flowers, 4 miles)
Kashevaroff Mountain, to the top, (views, flowers, birds, 6 miles)
Termination Point, (Hike in woods, birds, flowers, 6 miles)
Pillar Mountain, up and over, (to Swampy Acres, 5-6 miles)
Near Island, North and South End, (Yoga, birds, flowers, 3 miles)
Spruce Cape, (families welcome, 1 mile)
Kalsin Ridge (goats, birds, views of Kalsin Bay and Saltry Cove, 5 miles)
Bells Flats 5-Lake Loop (start at Jack Lake, flowers, birds, 2 miles)
Barometer Mountain, (Yoga, steep climb, views, flowers, 4 miles)
Pyramid Mt Circuit, (climb 1,700 ft, hike behind peak to golf course, 7 miles)
Russian Ridge to Pillar Mt. (on secret trails) - forest, views near town, 4 miles
Kashevaroff Mountain, to the top, (views, flowers, birds, 6 miles)
Heitman Lake and Peak, (wet start, birds, flowers, 6 miles)
North Sister, (wet start, back-side trail, climb to top, down ridge trail, 5 miles)
Abercrombie Park, Parkside to Ram Site Loop, (birds, flowers, 2 miles)
Monashka Mt., (steep climb, virgin forest, flowers, birds, great views, 6 miles)
Old Womans Mountain short loop, (Yoga, views, flowers, birds, 4 miles)
Marin Ridge (Pasagshak Pass) (climb, ridge walk spectacular views. 5 miles)
Abercrombie Park, Parkside to Ram Site Loop, (birds, flowers, 2 miles)
Boy Scout Lake Trails, (forests, birds, military history, 2 miles)

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The Kodiak Audubon Society invites you to join us for a stroll, a hike, or a climb! All hikes are
free and open to the public. Meet your hike leader before departure at 9:30 am in front of
the Ferry Buidling at the end of Center Avenue, downtown. The hike difficulty is rated from 1
(easy walk) to 5 (difficult) so you can select trips with a level of difficulty you can manage.

486-6498

Stacy Studebaker

Narrow Cape Whale Watching, (hike if weather permits, 4 miles)

Sat 2

Phone
486-0499

Leader
Cindy Bower

Difficulty
1

Destination
Pasagshak Point Whale Watching, (drive to destination, view from cliff )

Sat 25

Date

FOR UPDATES: Island Messenger on KMXT-FM 100.1, KVOK-AM, read Thursday & Fri. Daily Mirror

2015 Audubon Hiking Schedule

The mission of Kodiak Audubon is to conserve Alaskas natural ecosystems focusing on birds,
other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit and enjoyment of current and future generations.

Hiking Program Coordinator: Cindy Bower (486-0499)

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