• Rafters on the Alganak Wild River

    Alagnak

    Wild River Alaska

Management

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Did You Know?

The Alagnak Wild River is part of 3,210 miles of protected rivers in Alaska

As one of Alaska’s 26 congressionally designated rivers comprising the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System (NWSRS), the Alagnak Wild River is part of 3,210 miles of protected wild, scenic and recreational rivers in Alaska.