Campsite and Purple Mountains

Togiak National Wildlife Refuge



Our trips on the Kanektok are: July 6-13, July 16- 23, August 27 – Sept 3, Sept 4-11, Sept 7-14, Sept 8-15

The Togiak Wildlife was created  for preserving the fish and game within it’s boundaries.  The Ahklun Mountains encompass 80% of the refuge.  Togiak is bounded on the north by Yukon Delta Wildlife Refuge, Bristol Bay bounds it on the south.  To the east it’s boundary is Wood-Tikchik State Park. So this vicinity is very wild and roadless area.

Togiak National Wildlife Refuge is known worldwide for it’s excellent fishing and hunting.   Floating rivers within the boundary is an amazing experience.    The Kanektok is the crown jewel of the Togiak. But we float many rivers around the wildlife refuge.

The surrounding  mountains make for stunning scenic float trips and lots adventure.