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Earthquake Park, Anchorage

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  • Great place to stretch your legs and get a bit of a history lesson as well! You can hike, bike, jog, or walk at your own pace. Beautiful views!  more »
  • Absolutey love going to Earthquake Park. Every time I come to Anchorage I go there for a walk. It is very nice and easy. You also get a good view of the city. I always encountered mooses when I go...  more »
  • Such a cool little gem. Come here to learn all about the whopping 1964 earthquake and consequent tsunami that hit southeast Alaska. Really informative placques and expansive views of Cook Inlet. Definitely recommend for a quick pit stop for info & a snippet of beautiful Alaskan wilderness and views.
  • Aptly named area to fully appreciate the devastation of the 1964 earthquake. The view over Cook Inlet is nice, and on a clear day, Mount Denali is visible, although we had no such luck. I do not recommend going down the steep social path to the grassy mudflats. There is no better vantage point down there and its steep - both ways

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