Noatak River Topo Map

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One of Alaska's most popular arctic rivers, the Noatak offers an excellent wildemess expedition for intermediate boaters with good backcountry skills. Entirely above the Arctic Circle, the Noatak drains the largest river basin in North America that is still virtually Unaffected by human activities. From its headwaters on Mount Igikpak, the Noatak flows 425 miles from the mountains to the sea, arcing westward across the Western Arctic, then south along the DeLong Mountains to spill into Kotzebue Sound, after draining an area of 12,600 square miles. The Noatak traverses six distinct regions: alpine tundra and mountains, the Noatak basin with its rounded ountains and vast tundra, the 65-mile-long Grand Canyon of the Noatak, the 7-mile-Iong Noatak Canyon, the plains and rolling Igichuk Hills, and the flat coastal delta.
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Noatak, Alaska

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