Moose Pass

Welcome to Moose Pass, Alaska. A beautiful Alpine Village nestled in the Chugach Mountains on the Kenai Peninsula. Moose Pass is a picturesque town situated on the shores of Upper Trail Lake at Milepost 29.5 Seward Highway, extending north and south along this National Scenic byway.

The original Iditarod Trail, transporting gold and supplies, was blazed through the area in 191, and the abundance of moose in the area prompted it's name. Through the years, this beautiful mountain village has remained small and picturesque, and the 145 permanent residents are dedicated to preserving the purity and serene beauty of the wilderness that surrounds this area - it's trails, lakes, forests, wildlife.

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Map of Moose Pass
Regions of Alaska
northern southeast southwest interior southcentral