Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Alaska

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Alaska. Use this list to plan your next Alaska flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Take a picnic lunch to a blue-green alpine lake at the base of precipitous peaks and spires. ...
Because of easy road access and closeness to Anchorage and Palmer-Wasilla, the Little ...
A long chain of lakes, streams, and rivers in the wooded northwestern Kenai Peninsula ...
Rising in wetlands on the northern Kenai Peninsula, the gentle, slow-moving Swanson River ...
Beginning at Kroto Lake, Kroto Creek flows south through forested hills, flats, and wetlands ...
Beginning in Situk Lake, the Situk River flows southwesterly for 19 miles, ending in the ...
Beaver Creek offers an excellent family or novice float and is one of the few road-accessible ...
The Tyone River makes a nice trip for families or novice paddlers who are experienced ...
The Middle Fork Koyukuk offers an interesting journey through historic gold mining country ...
The Kantislma, a good family wilderness float on anonteclmical, meandering Interior river, ...
The Anvik is a little-known river outside of well-informed sport fishing circles, yet ...
The Squirrel is a readily accessible arctic river traversing varied scenery, with outstanding ...
The Goodnews is an easy river with beautiful scenery and wonderful fishing. Short, and ...
Beginning in the Kaltag Mountains, the Unalakleet River flows 90 miles in a southwesterly ...
This is an easy trip on an outstanding river in western Alaska, with exceptional wilderness ...
The Chatanika is a great river for a one-day family outing or a five-to seven-day trip. ...
The Porrupine offers an excellent novice river trip for those experienced in remote wilderness ...
The Chilkat River offers a delightful, swift float through the Chilkat Valley. Glacial ...
Rising in the Kuskokwim Mountains, the Nowitna River flows northward for nearly 300 miles ...
With headwaters rising in the Nushagak Hills, the Nushagak flows southwest 275 miles to ...
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