Canoeing

There are thousands of lakes and miles of rivers within the Southcentral region of Alaska. Both the Kenai Peninsula and Matanuska Valley offer trail systems that allow you to portage your canoe to explore far off the “beaten path.” The more time you have to vacation the more memories you can create so extend your stay and travel into the Yukon Territory, British Columbia and Alberta to witness all the beauty the Northwest has to offer!

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Canoeing

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Palmer: 61.597222, -149.113056
Eagle River: 61.321389, -149.567778
Wasilla: 61.576667, -149.465556
Willow: 61.744444, -150.036389
Talkeetna: 62.323889, -150.109444
Denali Village: 63.751667, -148.899167
Fairbanks: 64.837222, -147.795833
Delta Junction: 64.037778, -145.732222
Tok: 63.336667, -142.985556
Dawnson City, Yukon: 64.062500, -139.426111
Whitehorse: 60.716111, -135.053611
Cordova: 60.542778, -145.757500
Juneau: 58.301944, -134.419722
Ketchikan: 55.342222, -131.646111
Skagway: 59.458333, -135.313889
Haines: 59.228333, -135.443889
Cooper Landing: 60.490000, -149.834167
Soldatna/Sterling: 60.487778, -151.058333