Alaska Hula Hula River Rafting Adventure
Raft & Hike in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
From its headwaters in the Brooks Range, the Hula Hula River flows through rolling tundra and a breathtaking canyon before spilling onto the vast coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. This lush wildflower-dotted landscape is home to an outstanding variety of wildlife, including Dall sheep, musk oxen, grizzlies, and coastal birds. Experience the wonders of this swift-flowing river as you raft almost 100 miles on thrilling Class III-IV whitewater - perfect for paddling enthusiasts - and enjoy hiking and camping in pure Arctic wilderness. See below for a sample itinerary of your day-to-day activities.
Note - Actual itinerary routes vary from departure to departure depending on environmental conditions and group abilities. Please call for more details about each departure.
- Feel the expansive solitude while rafting, hiking and camping in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
- Head to the skies on spectacular bush flights across the wilderness of Northern Alaska
- Float across the wildlife-rich Arctic coastal plains
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