Willow Creek and Little Willow Creek

Anchorage, Alaska

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Small clearwater tributaries of the Susitna River, Willow Creek, and little Willow Creek rise from the foothills of the southern Talkeetna Mountains, and flow out to meet the lower Susitna River near Willow. Willow Creek is classic Alaska whitewater gem in its upper and middle sections, as well as a popular sport-fishing creek. A great road-accessible run and beautifully clear and warm by Alaska standards, Willow Creek offers four paddling options, ranging from Class I to IV. Upper Willow Creek is the first part of a wonderful half-to full day of whitewater playboating-2.5 miles of Class 111+ to IV drops.

Willow Creek and Little Willow Creek Professional Review and Guide

"Small clearwater tributaries of the Susitna River, Willow Creek, and little Willow Creek rise from the foothills of the southern Talkeetna Mountains, and flow out to meet the lower Susitna River near Willow. Willow Creek is classic Alaska whitewater gem in its upper and middle sections, as well as a popular sport-fishing creek.

A great road-accessible run and beautifully clear and warm by Alaska standards, Willow Creek offers four paddling options, ranging from Class I to IV. Upper Willow Creek is the first part of a wonderful half-to full day of whitewater playboating-2.5 miles of Class 111+ to IV drops."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Anchorage
Distance: 2.5
Duration: 2-3 hours
Class: Class I-IV
Season: June through October
Local Contacts: State of Alaska; private land.
Driving Directions: Directions to Willow Creek and Little Willow Creek

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