Tolovana River Tours and Tickets
Starting in the Yukon-Tanana Upland, 57 miles from the town of Fox, the Tolovana River is known for its grayling and northern pike fishing and flows southwest for 116 miles through the Tolovana Valley and its abundance of birch and spruce trees.
With little to no light pollution, the area surrounding the Tolovana River is a particularly good place to see the Aurora Borealis, and while you’re in the area, look out for typical Alaskan wildlife, including moose, bears, eagles, and martens. Tucked into the mountains near the river, you can also visit Tolovana Hot Springs. The most remote of the region’s “big four” hot springs, the site is only accessible via cross-country skiing, hiking, dog-sledding or helicopter.
Tours and Activities to Experience Tolovana River
- Gold Dredge 8
- Trans-Alaska Pipeline Viewpoint
- Large Animal Research Station
- Georgeson Botanical Garden
- University of Alaska Museum of the North
- Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum
- Chena River State Recreation Area
- Pioneer Park
- Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center
- Aurora Ice Museum
- Chena Hot Springs Resort
- Dalton Highway