Beaver Creek Wild & Scenic River   2 comments

The Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River has its headwaters in the White Mountains, approximately 50 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska. The river flows west past the jagged limestone ridges of the White Mountains before flowing to the north and east, where it enters the Yukon Flats and joins the Yukon River.

The river’s clear water, modest Class I rapids, and unparalleled scenery make for a relaxing trip. Floating Beaver Creek can take from seven days to three weeks to complete. For shorter trips, arrangements can be made with an air taxi for a gravel bar pick-up near Victoria Creek. Others continue for several more weeks onto the Yukon River and take out at the bridge on the Dalton Highway. This 360-mile trip has been called the longest road-to-road float in North America.

Photos by Bob Wick, BLM

Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 4/27/16.

Posted April 29, 2016 by henrymowry in Photography

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2 responses to “Beaver Creek Wild & Scenic River

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  1. Very strong even using a wide angle!

  2. Stunning! I love the beauty of nature!

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