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Solo Creek to Chisana

Duration: 4-6 days
Difficulty: Easier to Moderate
Length: 27 miles
USGS Maps: McCarthy D2,D3 Nabesna A3
Rate: $410/person (unguided)
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Solo Creek to Chisana

Duration: 4-6 days
Difficulty: Easier to Moderate
Length: 27 miles
USGS Maps: McCarthy D2,D3 Nabesna A3
Rate: $410/person (unguided)
Book Now!

Solo Creek to Chisana

Duration: 4-6 days
Difficulty: Easier to Moderate
Length: 27 miles
USGS Maps: McCarthy D2,D3 Nabesna A3
Rate: $410/person (unguided)
Book Now!

Solo Creek to Chisana

Duration: 4-6 days
Difficulty: Easier to Moderate
Length: 27 miles
USGS Maps: McCarthy D2,D3 Nabesna A3
Rate: $410/person (unguided)
Book Now!

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Route Description

Imagine you are a gold seeker in 1913 rushing to Chisana. Follow a historic trail through open tundra to this once booming frontier town. After a beautiful flight through Chitistone Canyon and over the White River, you will land at 3600' near Solo Creek. Passing several small lakes, you climb gradually to a height of 5000', then head down to Geohenda Creek and along its rocky bank to Chisana. Caribou frequent the rolling green country, as well as grizzlies, wolverine, wolves, and many interesting ground-nesting birds such as the quivering snipe. A public use cabin is available along the trail and in Chisana.



Special Features of This Route

Streams: There are a several stream crossings including Geohenda creek. Be prepared and knowledgable about safe crossing techniques.

Terrain: Terrain can be can be quite wet in the flat tundra regions.

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Solo Creek to Chisana

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Certificate of Excellence

We traveled all over the state of Alaska – from Coldfoot in the Brooks Range to Resurrection Bay – to experience the outdoors and see the people that make up our state. Over 150 people participated this year, in order to see the Alaska that tourists never do. Our programs depends on a number of individuals to make it work. Your assistance throughout the summer helped make these trips happen allowed me to look after the participants without having to worry about travel. Unfortunately I do not remember all of you staff that helped us each time we breezed into town – I do remember though that they were all very professional and personable. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to you and your staff for donating your time and energy to helping these trip happen..

David T. - University of Alaska Fairbanks

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