Moose Pass is a tiny village that is situated on the Kenai Peninsula, on the road to Seward. It was established in 1909, and since then has grown a lot. There was a gold mine there, but today there is only gold in the rivers, and this is found through a lot of hard work. There are a couple of shops, churches and several hotels, but these are only open in the summer. Every June there is a very large celebration in Moose Pass, celebrating the solstice where many people get together to ride horses and to listen to music.
Upper Lake Trail is in the Seward Highway and is one of the most beautiful and most peaceful places in the Kenai Peninsula. There isn't anything surrounding it besides a few cabins. In summer it is surrounded by flowers and nature.