Alsek River


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Al·sek River

 (ăl′sĕk′)
A river of northwest Canada and southeast Alaska flowing about 390 km (240 mi) to the Pacific Ocean north of Glacier Bay.
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The next year I was back with my father and a different friend, We were hunting on the Alsek River.
border, after mixing with the larger Alsek River, 15 miles downstream.
The problems for Haines, however, are that the mine is located just north of the confluence of the scenic Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers and will require construction of a 70-mile haul road along part of the Tatshenshini, connecting to the Haines Highway and leading to a deep-water port in Haines.
The most popular treks are the 6- to 11-day rafting expeditions on the Firth River in the North Yukon National Park and the Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers in the Yukon and Alaska.
An exchange of state inholdings in Utah's national parks, forests, and Indian reservations for mineral interests elsewhere in the state also failed to clear Congress before adjournment, as did resolutions to protect the Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers in Alaska and Canada from a proposed massive copper mine.