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Alaska whitewater, Hulahula River

North Slope county, Grasser's to Arctic Ocean section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information.


CLASS III     104 miles
  The rivers for whitewater rafting and kayaking in this state are often tougher than in other states, so don't forget that the rivers in this state are less manageable. You might have to settle for a hotel a bit away from the river if you want to stay the night, and if you make reservations in advance you're all set. There are some good stretches to paddle in this river system, the Grasser's to Arctic Ocean stretch is one of them. Getting
    a good workout and just hanging out with mother nature will make you glad you came. The beautiful scenery of Alaska and the water flowing gracefully down Hulahula River are in themselves reasons enough to come here to paddle.
No matter if you're whitewater rafting or kayaking in this general area you won't find many other paddling spots. You can pitch a tent or park your RV at a nearby campground. This stretch of Hulahula River in North Slope Borough is 104 miles long and it is classified as a class III section by American Whitewater.

Briefly about the general area:
All through the long summer days, highs ordinarily are in the 70's at Hulahula River.
When the night sets in temperatures sink down into the 40's. The wintertime brings highs down to the 0's while Hulahula River night low temperatures through the winter are in the-20's. At Hulahula River you donít see much precipitation. Of all the months in a year July is the one with the most rain, and April on the other hand is the driest.

Hulahula River, Grasser's to Arctic Ocean road map
Printable road map with the put-in and take-out locations clearly marked.


Detailed Map

Stats for this river stretch

Local weather forecast

These outdoors activities are available near Hulahula River.
 Whitewater Near Hulahula River:
Hulahula River, North Slope Borough, 23 miles away
      Class III - 104 miles long (Grasser's to Arctic Ocean)

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