Activities: Backpacking and hiking in these areas is cross-country, as there are no trails. Canoeing, kayaking, and rafting are available on the Kobuk, Noatak, and other rivers from June through mid-September.
Sea kayaking is also feasible along the coast of Cape Krusenstern. Fishing is possible. Hunting is permitted for local residents but forbidden for visitors except in the Preserve.
Cam ping Regulations: Camping is allowed throughout the region, except where otherwise prohibited, such as in some archeological areas and where subsistence fishing is going on. No permits are necessary, although it’s recommended that anyone intending to camp first stop by at the visitor center or a ranger station for up-to-date information.
Campfires are allowed, but a stove should be brought for cooking. Due to the remoteness of the areas, previous camping and wilderness experience are highly recommended. Summer temperatures range from cool to warm, with the weather unpredictable.
For Further Information: Northwest Alaska Areas, P.O. Box 1029, Kotzebue, AK 99752; (907)442-3760.
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