I had this water tested by a local water filter outlet. In addition to the information below, I was told the alkilinity level is 170…city average is 70. And hardness, based on calcium and manganese is 11…a nearby waterfall was 6…I suspect city is much lower, but I forgot to ask.
just a smidge before mile 109 on the Turnagain Arm, there is a pull out on the Hwy and a spout jutting from the mountain rock face
On North side of highway directly across from a pullout and within a few hundred yards of the Mile 109 highway marker, Anchorage side. This is just South of Beluga Point and McHugh Creek on the Seward Highway on the South end of Anchorage, Alaska.
Directions from Nearest Address
Head down Seward Hwy, pass Potters Marsh…pass McHugh Creek…start looking for sign posts shortly after McHugh Creek…when you see mile 110, keep your owes out for the pull off on the right and the spring tube on the left…and often a line of people gathering water
Hours Spring is Open:
Map Link: Mile 109 Mountain Spring Map
Submitted by: Crystal Hutchens, John Peck