This All-Day Float Trip Will Make Your Alaska Summer Complete
Watch the scenery roll by all day long while in a large, sturdy raft on this wonderful float near Hope. Six Mile Creek is one of the best places to go tubing in Alaska and you’ll love spending all day in the wilderness. As the clear running creek heads out of the Chugach Mountains, it tapers from an easy, wide drainage area to a tight stream with Class V white-water rapids. The best part is that this float trip accommodates to floaters of all skill sets, so the whole family can have some fun, even the little ones. You can take this float on either the easy, gentle first section or all the way through the canyons on a white-water rafting adventure. No matter what type of float you choose, you’re sure to have a memorable experience surrounded by some of the most beautiful natural scenery Alaska can offer. Let’s check it out.
Chugach Outdoor Center
Address: Mile 7.5 Hope Highway, Hope, AK, 99605
Watch a video of the adventure here:
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While you are in the area, stop by The Most Criminally Overlooked Town In Alaska. And it’s quite rare, but Only In Alaska Will You See Something Like This On A Rafting Trip Down The River.
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Tubing in Alaska
Where is the best place to go tubing in Alaska?
For anyone looking for a thrilling, adrenaline-inducing epic day on the water, Church Outdoor Center in Hope, Alaska is the place to go. You’ll be coasting on Alaska’s best whitewater class III-V rapids as you soar down Sixmile Creek. For those that are looking for a more relaxing float and Alaska tubing experience, they also offer float trips down the more gentle upper stretch of Sixmile as well as on the Resurrection River.
What else can I do besides tubing at Six Mile Creek?
Sixmile Creek is a short, roughly 12 mile waterway with some of the most exciting whitewater rafting in all of Alaska. While whitewater rafting and tubing in Alaska are the most popular pastimes on the waterway, the area is nearby to several camping attractions, fishing opportunities, and wildlife viewing.
Does Alaska have clean rivers?
Not only does Alaska have some of the cleanest rivers in the country, but they have more than three million lakes, over 12,000 rivers, thousands of streams and creeks and roughly 100,000 glaciers. Due to glacier run off, many of Alaska’s rivers, lakes, and streams are a beautiful blue and crystal clear.