Tsalteshi Trails Association
Tsalteshi Trails Association
A world-class system of multi-use trails that promote an active, outdoor lifestyle and community connection to the land, now and for future generations
Tsalteshi Trails Association
Tsalteshi Trails Association
A world-class system of multi-use trails that promote an active, outdoor lifestyle and community connection to the land, now and for future generations
Tsalteshi Trails Association
Tsalteshi Trails Association
A world-class system of multi-use trails that promote an active, outdoor lifestyle and community connection to the land, now and for future generations

About

Tsalteshi Trails Association (TTA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting healthy, trail-oriented individual and family activities, including skiing, snowshoeing, biking, running and walking.

The trails are located just south of Soldotna with two managed areas. The original trails have two trailheads — behind Skyview High School and across from the Soldotna Regional Sports Center on Kalifornsky Beach Road. There are over 25 kilometers (15 miles) of trails groomed for cross-country skiing in the winter, interwoven with 10 kilometers of single-track winter bike trails. During non-ski months, all trails are open for hikers, runners, mountain bikers and dogs. Over 8 miles of trails, departing from the Skyview High School trailhead, have lights.

TTA’s second and newer managed location is our Slikok Multi-Use Trails area. Slikok features 5 kilometers of maintained trails open year-round to walking, snowshoeing, running, biking, skiing and dogs and another 5 kilometers of single-track bike trails. There is a parking area across the Sterling Highway from the Central Peninsula Landfill. These multi-use trails may also be accessed from Isaak Road and from Skyview, via the Owl Trail and, in the winter, a groomed bike- and walker-friendly connector trail starting behind the disc golf sign.

Voluntary membership and donations, and city, state and federal grant funds, have allowed TTA to improve and expand to meet increasing community need. There are no user fees. Our volunteer workforce has also grown to support our growing trail system and expanding school, after-school and community programs.

Board meeting venue change
Board meeting venue change
August 13, 2021
The Tsalteshi Trails Association Board of Directors meeting for Aug. 18 will be held in the community room at the Soldotna Library. The meeting starts at 6:15 p.m. Meetings are open to the p...
Orange hawkweed treatment July 17
Orange hawkweed treatment July 17
July 10, 2021
The Kenai Watershed Forum, as part of the Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area, will treat infestations of orange hawkweed on Tsalteshi Trails on July 19. Populations...
Tree cutting — permit required
Tree cutting — permit required
July 10, 2021
Tree cutting is not allowed on Tsalteshi Trails without a permit from the Tsalteshi Trails Association. We've got a lot of beetle-kill spruce to remove but we also have a lot of trail users ...
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