Many of our events require strong safety awareness, good personal fitness, intermediate/advanced skills, and quality outdoor gear. These activities are inherently dangerous. Our core participants are older adults (age thirty and up) with a fair amount of outdoor experience. We are not geared toward beginners or those just thinking about getting fit. Our events are generally not suitable for children.

Our volunteer organizers and hosts are not guides or tour leaders. These events are like private outings with your friends, so contribute your ideas, expect the same risks, and take all necessary precautions. You are expected to familiarize yourself with the local trailheads, trip routes, terrain, weather, and hazards. You are fully responsible for yourself at all times.

Important Notice: Our events are developed and hosted by our team of designated organizers. Please do not use the "+ SUGGEST A NEW MEETUP" link or the "Contact" link to suggest events. For further info, please see our Event Suggestion Policy


  • Please read the full description before signing up for an event. If you invite guests, verify that they have the appropriate gear, skills, and level of fitness.
  • If you RSVP 'Yes', we expect you to attend. If your plans change, please try to switch your RSVP to 'No' in a timely manner. Be considerate: don't RSVP 'Yes' for size-limited events if you are unlikely to attend.
  • We encourage all to participate. Inactive members may be removed.
  • This is not a dating site. If you engage in unwanted advances to our members, you will be removed.
  • Firearms are expressly FORBIDDEN on any Adventurers outing. Anyone carrying a firearm at an AA event will be banned from the group.
  • Helmets are required on all bicycle rides.
  • Vehicle break-ins can happen at any trailhead, so take precautions.


By signing up for, you agree to the Meetup Terms of Service. Section 6.2 of this agreement releases the organizers and event hosts from any liability related to incidents that occur at MeetUp gatherings.



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Welcome, Anchorage Adventurers

Recent Meetups

  • 2 days ago · 1:00 PM

    mellow hike to flattop 1 pm

    4 Adventurers | 5.00 5.001 | 10 Photos

    Carpool at 12:30 in the parking lot corner of carrs Huffman just across from the gas station (northwest corner of lot). Or 1 pm meet for a leisurely (slow) hike to... Learn more
  • 2 days ago · 10:00 AM

    Harp Mountain

    12 Adventurers | 5.00 5.003 | 21 Photos

    Harp mountain at 5001 is said to be the easiest 5000 footer in the Chugach and I concur. It's basically a walk up with a small amount of boulder hop near the top. That... Learn more
  • 2 days ago · 7:30 AM

    Cumulus Mountain

    6 Adventurers | 5.00 5.003 | 36 Photos

    Here's another opportunity to tick off one of the 120 True Summits in Chugach State Park.  Cumulus Mountain (5815') sits in Ram Valley, near Bombardment Pass,... Learn more
  • 3 days ago · 1:00 PM

    Kick the Can (Tincan Mtn.)

    6 Adventurers | 5.00 5.002 | 7 Photos

    According to an article in the "Turnagain Times", Kickstep Mtn & Tincan Peak are the same - "Kickstep Mountain, commonly known as Tincan (Mile-70, Seward Highway)". ... Learn more
  • 3 days ago · 9:00 AM

    Crow Pass and Back

    12 Adventurers | 5.00 5.001 | 7 Photos

    We'll meet at Carrs Huffman and car pool to Crow Pass Trail head in Girdwood.  We'll gain about 2050 feet of elevation by the time we reach Raven Glacier through the... Learn more
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