Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in Alaska

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

One of Alaska's most popular arctic rivers, the Noatak offers an excellent wildemess expedition ...
Beginning in low Mountains of eastern Alaska, the Chena is a subarctic clearwater river ...
From headwaters flowing off Beluga Mountain, the Talachulitna River courses south then ...
Small clearwater tributaries of the Susitna River, Willow Creek, and little Willow Creek ...
From its origins on the Porrupine River Flats of the Yukon Territory, the Black River ...
From headwaters on the north side of the Arctic Divide in the Philip Smith Mountains of ...
Rising from tributaries off Granite Mountain (Sawmill Creek; North Fork; Granite River), ...
Alexander Creek is one of the most popular fishing and hunting rivers in Southcentral ...
Rising amid the massive peaks of the Endicott Mountains in the central Brooks Range, the ...
A designated National Wild and Scenic River accessible by road at both the put-in and ...
Rising from the Schwatka Mountains of the Brooks Range at Nakmaktuak Pass, the Ambler ...
From headwaters on the southern slopes of the Arrigetch Peaks, the Kobuk's 347-mi1e course ...
The three forks of the Chulitna River have their origins in the southern slopes of the ...
The North Fork offers an excellent family float for experienced wilderness travelers. ...
For remote wilderness, solitude, wild weather, and wilder water, a float trip down the ...
Portage Creek offers a short, swift paddle from Portage Lake to the Seward Highway through ...
Originating at the tenninus of Talkeetna Glacier in the Talkeetna Mountains, this swift, ...
From its source at Kagati Lake (an Eskimo word meaning "the source") in the Ahkhrn Mountains ...
The Colville is the largest river draining the Arctic Slope of the Brooks Range and is ...
The Nenana River is interior Alaska's most popular whitewater river, with thousands of ...
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