Tyone River

Anchorage, Alaska

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The Tyone River makes a nice trip for families or novice paddlers who are experienced wilderness travelers. Rising in the vast lake-studded region southeast of the Susitna River, the Tyone River connects a series of lakes- Louise, Susitna, and Tyone- for about 20 miles, then flows as a 28-mile tributary of the Susitna. Susitna Lake has one large island, scattered small islands, and a long irregularly shaped peninsula. Paddling on the lakes can be dangerous if the wind picks up; paddle close to shore and watch for wind-generated waves. There are sport lodges and recreational cabins on the lakes.

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"The Tyone River makes a nice trip for families or novice paddlers who are experienced wilderness travelers. Rising in the vast lake-studded region southeast of the Susitna River, the Tyone River connects a series of lakes- Louise, Susitna, and Tyone- for about 20 miles, then flows as a 28-mile tributary of the Susitna.

Susitna Lake has one large island, scattered small islands, and a long irregularly shaped peninsula. Paddling on the lakes can be dangerous if the wind picks up; paddle close to shore and watch for wind-generated waves. There are sport lodges and recreational cabins on the lakes."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Anchorage
Distance: 48
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 5 days
Class: Class I
Season: June through October
Local Contacts: State; Cook Inlet Regional Corporation; private.
Driving Directions: Directions to Tyone River

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May 2018