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    Anyone ever been up or down the Chakachatna river on the west side of Cook Inlet? Looks like it originates in a lake then flows into the McArthur river then into Trading Bay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Anyone ever been up or down the Chakachatna river on the west side of Cook Inlet? Looks like it originates in a lake then flows into the McArthur river then into Trading Bay.
    I have flown it several times. Not sure you can make it to the lake by boat. Looks like big water from the air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spoiled one View Post
    I have flown it several times. Not sure you can make it to the lake by boat. Looks like big water from the air.
    I was wondering the same thing after looking over google earth. Looks like plenty of white water on it.
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    It has been kyaked many years ago. It is extremely steep.

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    It does have a bit of drop after leaving the river then starts to level out. Do you know who ran it in a kayak? The only attempt I have heard of in a kayak decided not to try it and hauled their kayaks out through the alders.
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    I think it was Andy Embeck (not sure of the spelling).

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