Wild and Scenic Rivers in Alaska


The Alatna River joins the Koyukuk River
The confluence of the Alatna and Koyukuk Rivers

Alaska offers a lot of designated Wild & Scenic Rivers. They seem to be pretty evenly spread among National Park Service, US Forest Service, US Fish & Wildlife Service and Bureau of Land Management properties.

Of the approximately 365,000 miles of rivers and streams in Alaska, only about 3,210 miles are designated as Wild & Scenic, less than 1% of the state's river mileage.

Wild & Scenic Rivers in Alaska

 
A view of the Alatna River
Alatna Wild & Scenic River in the Endicott Mountains