STEWARDING A ROBUST TRAIL NETWORK
FOR A CONNECTED COMMUNITY
COME WALK WITH US!
WHO WE ARE
HTA is a non-profit of avid hiking enthusiasts. We are working together to promote, maintain, and build sustainable trails in the Homer area on the north side of Kachemak Bay.
With our passion for hiking and walking, a deep appreciation for the heritage of Alaska Natives and homesteaders, and a commitment to preserving wildlife corridors, we are ensuring pedestrian pathways and trails are accessible and extensive.
HTA coordinates trail maintenance work parties, works with private landowners and government departments to blaze new trails, designs signage and maps, and collaborates with our community partners like Kachemak Nordic Ski Club, and Homer Soil and Water Conservation District. We are committed to working with our community members to wisely plan for long-term maintenance and trail development according to community input.
Together with our partners, we envision a robust trail network as a gift to future generations.
HOMER TRAILS ALLIANCE
THIS BEAUTIFUL PLACE
we call home offers many different trails to explore for people of all abilities to enjoy the wonder of Alaska's nature
HOMER TRAILS ALLIANCE
HELPS RESIDENTS AND VISITORS ACCESS AND ENJOY WELL-MARKED
AND MAINTAINED TRAILS
EVERYONE SHOULD BE ABLE TO ENJOY THE BEAUTY OF ALASKA AND OUR VIBRANT, CONNECTED COMMUNITY STEP-BY-STEP
WE SERVE AS A CENTRAL HUB
TO SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT HIKING TRAILS FROM
ANCHOR POINT TO THE FOX RIVER
TRAILS ARE A BOON FOR OUR COMMUNITY!
Having safe and well-loved trails are an essential part of a healthy community for residents and visitors alike:
- Walking benefits our minds, our bodies and our sense of connection.
- Trails allow us to be active while getting a dose of serenity and nature.
- Trails provide affordable and universally accessible exercise.
- Greenways protect important habitat and provide corridors for people and wildlife.
- A network of in-town trails and walkways provide safe passages to schools, shopping, and neighbors.
- The National Association of Home Builders says trails are the number community amenity sought by prospective homeowners.
- Trails provide ecofriendly tourism and are an economic driver.