Things To Know Before You Come
With the exception of lodging or guiding services, interaction with most commercial services ends once you are dropped off by air taxi or boat on the Alagnak.
Within the boundaries of Alagnak Wild River are many private and Alaska Native corporation lands. Please respect private property during your visit. More information on public/private boundaries along the Alagnak River can be found here.
Did You Know?
Tiny chipped stone projectile points have been found at sites dating to 2,000 years old along the Alagnak Wild River. Archeologists believe that these are evidence of increased hunting with bow and arrow technology.