Title:     "Flat Top Mountain Autumn"

© Alaskan Artist Dianne Roberson

Anchorage, Alaska

Stock #  PDC 020

Medium:   
Photography  |  Color Print on glossy paper

Size:  20" w by 16" h     $ 45.00                      


Size:  14" w by 11" h       $ 35.00
                  



Description:    Flat Top Mountain is in Anchorage, Alaska.  It is a great place to go hiking, photograph the view of the city, or set up my
easel and paint.  The most climbed mountain in all of Alaska is Flat Top with a a summit of 3,550 feet.  This is a very nice hike of
moderate difficulty that nearly all members of the family can do (1.5 miles so about 45 – 60 min).  It affords phenomenal views of the
entire city of Anchorage, the inlets, and on a clear day, Mt. McKinley.  This trail leaves the Glen Alps parking lot of the Chugach State Park,
from the hillside of Anchorage.  If you’re looking for some hiking while you’re in Alaska, this is a must, and it’ll only be about 20 minutes
from downtown Anchorage. Flat Top can be seen from anywhere in Anchorage due to its recognizable flat top!  There is also a short flat
hike that loops from the parking lot with a viewing deck overlooking the Anchorage bowl and Mt McKinley for those who are looking for an
easier hike.  If the summit of Flat top leaves you wanting more, you can continue off the backside of Flat Top and hike the crestline leading
back to the Suicide Peaks.  It’s a wonderful hike where the trail is literally on the very top of the mountain ridgeline and you have two
magnificent valleys, on your right and left sides!  Lastly, from the Glen Alps parking lot you can hike over into Powerline Pass (the trail is
visible on the topo map) from which many other fantastic trails head off to the other mountains.  All trails are clearly marked.

This print is treated with an ultra violent protective coating.  It will be rolled and inserted into a mailing tube.   It will be mailed first class by
the U.S. Postal Service or UPS and insured.


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