Beaver Creek

Fairbanks, Alaska

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Beaver Creek offers an excellent family or novice float and is one of the few road-accessible streams in Alaska designated as a Wild and Scenic River. Originating at the confluence of Bear and Champion creeks in White Mountains National Recreation Area, Beaver Creek is a shallow, moderately swift clearwater stream flowing through rolling hills and the jagged peaks of the White Mountains before slowing and meandering through the Yukon Flats to the Yukon River. The White Mountains form a dramatic backdrop for the first 127 miles.

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"Beaver Creek offers an excellent family or novice float and is one of the few road-accessible streams in Alaska designated as a Wild and Scenic River.

Originating at the confluence of Bear and Champion creeks in White Mountains National Recreation Area, Beaver Creek is a shallow, moderately swift clearwater stream flowing through rolling hills and the jagged peaks of the White Mountains before slowing and meandering through the Yukon Flats to the Yukon River. The White Mountains form a dramatic backdrop for the first 127 miles."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Fairbanks
Distance: 399
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 7-21 days
Class: Class I
Season: May through September
Local Contacts: Bureau of Land Management, Fairbanks; Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge. Beaver Creek, from the confluence of Bear and Champion creeks to River Mile 127, is a National Wild and Scenic River.
Driving Directions: Directions to Beaver Creek

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