Alagnak River and Nonvianuk River

King Salmon, Alaska

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The Alagnak, known locally as the Branch River, originates in Kukaklek Lake and flows west-southwest 74 miles before entering the Kvichak River and Kvichak Bay, which then empties into Bristol Bay. The clear, rocky, and swift twin sources of the Alagnak are among Southwest Alaska's most productive sockeye and rainbow trout streams. The Alagnak has several distinctly different sections, in both difficulty and scenery.

Alagnak River and Nonvianuk River Professional Review and Guide

"The Alagnak, known locally as the Branch River, originates in Kukaklek Lake and flows west-southwest 74 miles before entering the Kvichak River and Kvichak Bay, which then empties into Bristol Bay.

The clear, rocky, and swift twin sources of the Alagnak are among Southwest Alaska's most productive sockeye and rainbow trout streams. The Alagnak has several distinctly different sections, in both difficulty and scenery."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: King Salmon
Distance: 74
Duration: 7 days
Class: Class I-III
Season: May --September
Local Contacts: Katmai National Park and Preserve; private holdings. The Alagnak, including the Nonvianuk, is a National Wild River.
Driving Directions: Directions to Alagnak River and Nonvianuk River

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