Andreafsky River and East Fork Andreafsky River

Saint Marys, Alaska

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From headwaters on the southern slopes of Iprugalet Mountain, the Andreafsky River and East Fork Andreafsky River traverse alpine tundra and rolling hills, then forests of spruce, as these clearwater streams flow to join as one river about 5 miles above the village of St. Marys. In contrast to the low topographic relief of the Yukon Delta wetlands, the Andreafsky and the East Fork Andreafsky offer intimate river travel through a broad range of ecosystems. The upper river segments are within designated wilderness in Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, and both are National Wild and Scenic rivers.

Andreafsky River and East Fork Andreafsky River Professional Review and Guide

"From headwaters on the southern slopes of Iprugalet Mountain, the Andreafsky River and East Fork Andreafsky River traverse alpine tundra and rolling hills, then forests of spruce, as these clearwater streams flow to join as one river about 5 miles above the village of St. Marys.

In contrast to the low topographic relief of the Yukon Delta wetlands, the Andreafsky and the East Fork Andreafsky offer intimate river travel through a broad range of ecosystems. The upper river segments are within designated wilderness in Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, and both are National Wild and Scenic rivers."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Saint Marys
Distance: 105
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 5-7 days
Class: Class I
Season: June through September
Local Contacts: Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. The Andreafsky, including the East Fork Andreafsky, is a National Wild River.
Driving Directions: Directions to Andreafsky River and East Fork Andreafsky River

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