Kantishna River and Moose Creek

Bethel, Alaska

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The Kantislma, a good family wilderness float on anonteclmical, meandering Interior river, begins in the foothills of Mount McKinley and heads northerly for more than 200 miles to its confluence with the Tanana River. From the outlet of Lake Minchumina, Muddy River flows about 50 miles to Brich Creek, which quickly joins the McKinley River near Chilchukabena Lake. The Kantishna flows through forests of spruce and hardwood, before leaving the foothills beltind. More advanced paddlers may want to float 50-mile-long Moose Creek from the edge of Wonder Lake.

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"The Kantislma, a good family wilderness float on anonteclmical, meandering Interior river, begins in the foothills of Mount McKinley and heads northerly for more than 200 miles to its confluence with the Tanana River.

From the outlet of Lake Minchumina, Muddy River flows about 50 miles to Brich Creek, which quickly joins the McKinley River near Chilchukabena Lake. The Kantishna flows through forests of spruce and hardwood, before leaving the foothills beltind. More advanced paddlers may want to float 50-mile-long Moose Creek from the edge of Wonder Lake."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Bethel
Distance: 220
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 10 days
Class: Class I
Season: June through early September
Additional Use: Boating
Local Contacts: Denali National Park and Preserve; state.
Driving Directions: Directions to Kantishna River and Moose Creek

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