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* 1. How did "Mag Creek" get its name?

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* 2. How did "Shannon's Slide" get its name? The tree sign is located on the north side of the trail at the intersection at the bottom of the hill below Our Lady of the Snows, which is quite a hill! Keep in mind the origonal trail head was along the gentler hill that now runs from Alyeska Employee Housing. 

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* 3. How did "Barb's Meadow" get its name?

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* 4. How did "Causy Crossover" get its name?

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* 5. How did "Peat Marwick Cutoff" get its name?

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* 6. How did "Fritz's Meadow" get its name?

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* 7. Bob and Marsha Crocket owned Chugach Express Sled Dog Tour Company (on leased land down by the airstrip), so it's assumed that this bridge was named for them. Is there any story about the Crocket's as it relates to this bridge? Any other information on the Crocket's?

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* 8. How did "Conway Meadow" get its name? The sign is posted on a tree mid-point up a short hill on the east side of the trail before climbing into Conway Meadow.

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* 9. How did "Lost Meadow" get its name? The sign is hung on the west side of the trail as approaching Lost Meadow. 

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* 10. Is there a story about how  "The Enchanted Forest" got its name?

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* 11. "Jill's Meadow" is just after the Enchanted Forest. Is there a story or a bit of information you have that would show why this meadow is named Jill's Meadow?

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* 12. How did "Caroline Meadow" get its name?

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* 13. Sisson Meadow is the last of the meadows that is groomed. It is boardered by the Cat Track on the northeast end. It is likely that Stumpy's trail veered to the left and exited the meadown on a more northwest route. Is this accurate? How did "Sisson Meadow" get its name?

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* 14. How did "Vikes Meadow" get its name?

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* 15. How did "Carol's Glen" get its name?

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* 16. How did "Copra Head" get its name?

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* 17. "Island Meadow" most likely was named this because of the island of trees in the center of the meadow. Is there any other information to add? The sign is located on the west side of the trail as you enter the Meadow. 

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* 18. How did "Larson Log" get its name?

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* 19. "Pond Meadow" most likely got its name because it turns into a pond in the spring/summer/fall. Is there any other story behind the name?

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* 20. There is currently no sign at "Last Meadow" but it is the last meadow before climbing up into the trees and along the edge of the Winner Creek gorge, and most likely how it got its name. Is this correct, or do you have any different information?

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* 21. How did "Mellish Woods" get its name? The area is currently unsigned, and is thought to be the woods right after Last Meadow where hikers can look down to Glacier Creek near the confluence with Winner Creek.

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* 22. The USFS built the briddge crossing Winner Creek towards the handtram in the last 20 years. Is there a story of the structure that existed there, or how hikers crossed the creek before the current bridge was built?

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* 23. Do you have any information to share about Stumpy's Early Winter Trail system that might be interesting? Do you have other names for the places above that are different? Tell your story here!

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