Air Pollution in Eagle, Alaska
There are possible elevated levels of air pollutants, including sulfur dioxide, in Eagle, AK that may be due to shale rock oil fires in the vicinity. The town is also impacted by smoke from wildfires, depending on wind direction. See link for more info. More »
History and Wildness
Located in Interior Alaska, Yukon-Charley Rivers offers exploration in a largely untouched landscape. Whether you float the mighty Yukon River or paddle the Charley River's whitewater, your memories will last a lifetime. Geology, cultural history, gold rush remnants, wildlife, and vast scenery will be a part of your experience. But, the strongest element will be solitude. Your adventure awaits.
Explore Yukon-Charley Rivers
Begin your adventure and exploration of the preserve here.Read More
Gelvin's Landing Area Safety Advisory
The National Park Service has determined that an unmaintained gravel bar commonly used for airplane landings on the Charley River is not safe.Read More
Hunting in the Preserve
Learn more about hunting and trapping in Yukon-Charley RiversRead More
Floating the Charley
Rafters on the Charley River challenge themselves and their adventurous spirit.Read More
Canoeing the Yukon
For 130 miles, the Yukon River flows through this wild Interior landscape full of rich history and culture.Read More
Public Use Cabins
Public Use Cabins are located throughout the Preserve and are free to use on a first-come, first-served basis.Read More
What is special about the geologic history of Yukon-Charley Rivers? 600 million years of unglaciated geologic history at your fingertips! Dig deeper.Read More
Visitors to Yukon-Charley Rivers NP are likely to see subsistence efforts in action. Learn more about this characteristic Alaskan lifestyle here.Read More
What's Happening in Yukon-Charley Rivers
Read our annual reports about the projects, events, and maintenance being done each year in the Preserve.Read More
Did You Know?
The 1,000+ mile Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race travels through Yukon-Charley Rivers and has an official dog drop station at Slaven's Roadhouse along the route.