Float Trip River

Wood-Tikchik Float Trips



Important Safety Reminders

Always wear a life jacket

Always file a float plan

Dress in layers and pack extra clothes in a waterproof bag.

Never mix alcohol and boating. Alcohol impairs judgment, slows reaction time and increases the chance of hypothermia.

Carry an extra paddle, a first aid kit and waterproof matches or a lighter.


Rafters on Tikchik River

 
Nuyakuk Falls

 

Floating in Wood-Tikchik State Park offers a remote wilderness experience. Most areas are very isolated and require travelers to be self sufficient.

Please bring extra food and clothing, a waterproof shelter and a personal locater beacon or satellite phone on your trip.

For more information please visit
http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/boating/index.htm