January 1993
Alaska River Guide (9780882404974);1993, p90
The article presents information on the Unalakleet River in Northwest Alaska. It begins in the Kaltag Mountains and flows 90 miles in a southwesterly direction to Norton Sound, just south of the village of Unalakleet. It is a clear, quiet, braided river and through the Nulato Hills, a region forested in spruce and willow. From the Nulato Hills, the river meanders through muskeg spruce in the low coastal region before reaching the village. The water consists of fast-moving riffles and pools and slow meandering sections.


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