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Mount Alice from the small boat harbor


The Kenai Peninsula contains all areas physically located on the peninsula. This large piece of real estate is basically all of the land south of the Turnagain Arm, and all the way to the Prince William Sound in the east. Major areas are located near Homer, in the southwestern part of the Peninsula, to Skilak Lake, in the central part of the peninsula.

Getting There 

Drive the Seward highway to either Seward or in the direction of Homer, via the Sterling Highway.

49 Total Routes

['4 Stars',4],['3 Stars',21],['2 Stars',18],['1 Star',3],['Bomb',0]

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Right off the bat here your on some wicked finger crimps with your toe only in a divot, left foot is best to use your heel, and then go quickly for the bulge with your hands, not much grip as you pull yourself up, toe smears are all you have below so power with your arms

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A must do for this boulder, front and center a really beautiful line up the ridge. Right off the start your on two crimps with your feet on either side of the ridge, left foot has a little bitty divot and right foot with a heel smear, move quick to grab the bulge above you and pull yourself up as you not much for feet on the pull just tow smears and slight divots, position your left foot on your first hand hold and make a quick lunging reach for the first solid hand hold of the line, from there ...[more]   Browse More Classics in AK

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