Much of Lake Creek's 55 mile length is spiked with fun, "boulder garden" style rapids. An old trappers cabin hints at the history of the river, upstream views frequently frame Mt. McKinley and short side hikes lead us to bountiful berry patches and excellent views of the Alaska Range. Its rocky course creates many holes, pockets and drifts and much of the river is ideal for the fly fisherman.
The river hosts good Salmon runs along with Rainbow Trout, dolly varden and Grayling fishing. This diversity makes Lake Creek one of the finest float trips in Alaska. An optional extension will let you spend a few nights in Cooper Landing. Not only is this a great option for the fisherman who wants a few more days of prime fishing, it is a wonderful experience for the whole family.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
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