https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e3/Tony_Knowles_Coastal_Trail.jpg By James Brooks (Flickr: Tony Knowles Coastal Trail) [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons The Tony Knowles coastal trail is one of the most striking, inviting and highly recommended coastal track in the United States. The reason which this trail is a renowned visiting spot among locals and tourists is that gentle breezes along the coast that is situated approximately 11 miles from the main city center blow towards the trail to the lodge in Kincaid Park. As the locals and tourists step their feet in the serene Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, the immediately forgo, for some time, the hustle and bustle of their city life. And most importantly, they get a chance of exploring the local treasure in Anchorage that preserves a comprehensive story of the history of nature and mankind. Along with having a break from the strenuous demands of city life, the visitors will also get to see some remarkable sights of nature and human communion in the Tony Knowles coastal trail. The coastal trail also brings back the memory of the catastrophic earthquake of 1964 that is known as the Great Earthquake of Alaska which had a magnitude of 9.2. The memory of horrific damages comes fresh as the rocks still exhibit the significant displacement and planar fracture of the mass movement. Apart from speculating the fault line, the visitors can also take a peaceful walk in the fragranced forests of the coastal trail, search for the North American elk which is considered as one of the heaviest and detached species of the New World Deer family and they can absorb within their being the far-reaching panoramas as they discover the beluga whales and the highest summit of North American known as Mount McKinley. In a nutshell, the coastal trail provides wonderful opportunities for the tourists to undertake all of these breathtaking explorations in one package. The trail is open all year round regardless of any season limitations because of its easy accessibility and reach. The area covered by the trail is 11 miles, and this tracking area provides the locals and tourists with numerous opportunities for outdoor activities such as Running, hiking, bike riding, rollerblading and skiing. The most common question among the tourists is regarding how to reach the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. From the extreme northeastern end of the 2nd West Avenue, you can conveniently reach the trail. The tourist can also get access to the trail from near to the railroad depot or from the extreme western side of the Kincaid Chalet. ambulorbis is a team of writers who want to walk the world and experience everything this amazing blue marble has to offer. If you'd like to support our efforts leave an upvote! Keep calm and steem on. Today's author is Julianne. All media are open source.