We host a wide spectrum of outdoor activities. Many of our events require strong safety awareness, good personal fitness, advanced skills, and quality outdoor gear. 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.

You are responsible for yourself! Our volunteer organizers and hosts are not guides or tour leaders, so don't assume they know everything. These events are like private outings with your friends, so do your own research, contribute ideas, expect the same risks, and take all necessary precautions. For your own safety, you should familiarize yourself with the local trailheads, trip routes, terrain, weather, and hazards.


• We have a limited capacity to absorb new members. You are expected to attend an event within 45 days after joining, so please consider carefully whether this group is right for you. Inactive members may be removed.

• Your member name must include a real first name or nickname that people actually use for you. Your last name is optional, but it helps if you include a last-name-initial.

• We ask that you include a recognizable photo of yourself on your member profile. This lets us put a face with a name at events, and helps in case a search effort is needed.


• For basic trip planning info, see our: Outdoor Recreation Links.

• For suggestions, see our Event Suggestion Policy. (We don't use the "+ SUGGEST A NEW MEETUP" feature!)

• For website help, see: Meetup Help Center and Meetup Technical Support.


• Always 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 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.

• 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.


Outdoor recreation activities are inherently dangerous. 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

  • Yesterday · 6:15 PM

    (Most Tuesdays) Pre-season training "runs" for the battered and beaten

    4 Adventurers | 5.00

    (Far North Bicentennial Trail Map) Please be stretched out and ready to run, we'll leave the trailhead at 6:15 PM (sorry for previous typo). Let's get back into running... Learn more
  • Yesterday · 6:00 PM

    Indian Peak

    20 Adventurers | 5.00 | 11 Photos

    When and Where: This trailhead has a very small parking (6-8 cars max) lot so please arrange carpools. The trailhead is at a small turnout at mile 104.5 on the north (... Learn more
  • 4 days ago · 10:00 AM

    Dome closed-Peak 2 instead

    7 Adventurers

    Starting April 1 JBER recreation passes will be $10. (boo). Let's enjoy a last freebee by hiking the Dome, possibly further depending on weather, snow conditions, etc.... Learn more
  • 6 days ago · 7:00 PM


    2 Adventurers

    Leave your hiking boots and poles at home. This yoga class repeats every Thursday evening and focuses on hip and core muscles: through stretch and strengthening improve... Learn more
  • 6 days ago · 6:00 PM

    Little/False O'Malley Hike

    12 Adventurers

    WHEN/WHERE: Little O'Malley (3278 ft) and False O'Malley (4250 ft) Meet at 6:00 PM at the Glen Alps (Flat Top) Trail Head in front of the Park Ranger station. Details: ... Learn more
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