Mulchatna River

New Stuyahok, Alaska

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One of Alaska's most productive clear-water river systems, the Nushagak River drainage has origins in the jeweled alpine lakes of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. The federally designated Mulchatna Wild River offers paddling experiences from swift Class III rapids to a gentle float through pristine forested lowlands. From Turquoise Lake in the Neacola and Chigmit Mountains, the Mulchatna flows roughly southwest for 220 miles to its confluence with the Nushagak River, 65 miles northeast of Dillingham.

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"One of Alaska's most productive clear-water river systems, the Nushagak River drainage has origins in the jeweled alpine lakes of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.

The federally designated Mulchatna Wild River offers paddling experiences from swift Class III rapids to a gentle float through pristine forested lowlands. From Turquoise Lake in the Neacola and Chigmit Mountains, the Mulchatna flows roughly southwest for 220 miles to its confluence with the Nushagak River, 65 miles northeast of Dillingham."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: New Stuyahok
Distance: 230
Duration: 10-13 days
Class: Class I-III
Season: June through September/ Best: September
Local Contacts: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve; private; state.
Driving Directions: Directions to Mulchatna River

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May 2018