Yukon Region River Rafting
Whether you are planning an extended holiday with your family and loved ones. If you are looking forward to an exciting, adventure-laden rafting experience look no further. The Yukon whitewaters of Alaska are sure to meet your every rafting requirement in the best ways possible.
Encompassing four of the nation’s largest national parks. The Kluane, Wrangell St. Elias, Glacier and Tatshenshini-Alsek, the Yukon region forms home to some of the richest wildlife in the country. There are numerous rivers forming a network in this region. The Alsek and the Tatshenshini are some of the most famous ones and offer a variety of whitewater rafting. The options cater for rafting lovers coming from different parts of the nation.
Surrounded by the majestic glacier peaked Yukon mountains. The Yukon white waters provide both new and experienced rafters different levels of rafting experience. Surrounded by beautiful natural scenery, crystal clear water and amazing wildlife. The Alsek River region is undoubtedly, a paradise on earth.
Characterized primarily by Class II and III rapids, the Alsek is the perfect place to go for a relaxing rafting experience with your near and dear ones. If you are looking for a little bit more adventure, you can try rafting on the Class IV rapids of Lava North. A region rich in wildlife, you can enjoy seeing herds of mountain goats, bears, moose and wolves on the banks. There is also the possibility of seeing eagles soaring high above.
Originating up in the Yukon Mountains, the Tatshenshini River is also a great place to enjoy whitewater rafting trips. Surrounded by picturesque landscape and populated by a rich variety of wildlife, the Tatshenshini region also promises you a great holiday getaway. As the river in this region comprises primarily of Class II and Class III rapids, you can simply enjoy floating around in a relaxed manner and enjoy the scenic beauties passing by.