A wide range of trips throughout Southcentral Alaska.
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The daredevil rivers of Alaska lure thrill-seeking raft riders and kayakers from around the world.
The Nenana River, rolling along the Denali Highway and then splashing through the canyon at Denali National Park, is the Interior's most popular rafting stream.
Keystone Canyon is a spectacular place of sheer rock walls and hissing waterfalls that flank the pitching, glacial Lowe River. The river roars through a deep notch in the Chugach Mountains northeast of Valdez.
Northern Alaska, far from the madding crowds, has many rivers to choose from for kayaking and rafting.
The daredevil rivers of Alaska's mountain country lure raft riders and kayakers from around the world.
And other rivers -- placid but full bodied -- sweep past caribou and bears grazing on open arctic tundra.
Thousands of visitors to Denali National Park get their white-water thrills on the Nenana River, part of which boasts Class IV rapids.
A raft or kayak trip can be part of any traveler's itinerary. Many companies offer the trips. Although some long trips, such as those in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, may require a flight on a small plane to remote waters, many adventures are available along the state's highway system.