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Alaska - Kaniq Creek

Denali National Park is a remote natural preservation area located deep in the Alaskan interior, located on the highest mountains in North America - Mount McKinley. With only a single road offering access to the park, this is untamed wilderness at its best: towering mountain ranges with immense stretches of forest, rugged frozen tundra, massive glaciers and the freezing Kaniq Creek that offers some of the best fishing in all of Alaska. Among the fish species inhabiting its ice-cold waters are Chum and Coho Salmon, Northern Pike, Longnose Sucker, Pink Salmon, Alaska Blackfish, Dolly Varden and even the rare Sockeye Salmon. But be warned, Kaniq Creek is a glacial fed, thus frigid river, that is notorious for being quite dangerous despite its shallow waters. Some anglers even call it the “Bermuda Triangle”. If you are daring and adventurous enough, you’re in for a wild angling retreat that you won’t soon forget!

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LEVEL 38

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Travel 8.000
1 Day 2.000
Total 10.000
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