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Address: Gates Of The Arctic National Park and Preserve, AK
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Scenic river that flows south from Anaktuvuk Pass in Alaska's Brooks Range,...

Scenic river that flows south from Anaktuvuk Pass in Alaska's Brooks Range, and whose valley is an important migration route for the Arctic caribou herd.

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No Moose but worth the airfare

I spent 10 days camping out on the John River in mid Sept w/Dave Arp and Dave Heriard. Unfortunately Alasaka is suffering thru a drought this yr as well and that meant slow river... read more

Reviewed 4 October 2013
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Dallas, Tx
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Reviewed 4 October 2013

I spent 10 days camping out on the John River in mid Sept w/Dave Arp and Dave Heriard. Unfortunately Alasaka is suffering thru a drought this yr as well and that meant slow river flow, and less game in that area. We had a lot of fun and I learned that I do not like sleeping in a mummy bag... More 

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