|Trip Type:||6 Day Wilderness River Raft|
|Season:||Mid August - Mid September|
|Start Time:||8:00 am check-in|
|Location:||Chitina to Cordova|
|River Grade:||Class II & III Whitewater|
|Age Limit:||Can be adjusted to accommodate all family ages from minimum 5 years.|
|Price:||$2,900 / person|
An unparalled deep backcountry rafting experience!
Our Copper River trip traces the historical path used by the first Alaska explorers, native traders and the copper miners, to penetrate through the massive Chugach Mountain Range from the interior to the coast.
Childs Glacier near Cordova. Alaska’s fourth largest river travels from the dry interior climate to the temperate rainforest along Prince William Sound. Its route through the Chugach Mountains, bordering the Wrangell St. Elias National Park, is the main flyway for most of the waterfowl in North America during early summer and fall.
A world class spectacle of glaciers, icebergs and wildlife. Railway relics of the turn of the century copper mining era combine to make this journey a wilderness experience rich with human history. In fact, the United Nations named the Copper River delta a World Heritage Site!
Call us for more detailed information on this 120 mile trip from Chitina to Cordova.
River Wrangellers - Our affiliate company in Copper Center runs day trips and fishing excursions in the Copper River Basin.