Kongakut River

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Kongakut River trip in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is timeless. You travel from the heart of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge’s Brooks Range Mountains to the calving grounds of the Porcupine Caribou Herd, just short of the Beaufort Sea. For many months every year the Alaskan Arctic has been dormant, yet in June it …

Marsh Fork Canning River Rafting

Marsh Fork Canning River

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Marsh Fork of the Canning River in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is an artist’s delight. Fall in the Brooks Range can be spectacular, the landscape transforms into rich vibrant reds and yellows, animals are on the move foraging and fattening up before the long winter. The Marsh Fork is the perfect place to observe …

Hulahula River

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Hulahula River traverses the northern portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from its mountainous headwaters on continental divide, through the controversial “1002” area of ANWR and on to the Beaufort Sea. The Hulahula River trip begins in the shadow of rugged peaks, capped with remnant glaciers and dotted with Dall sheep. These slopes support …