The Tinayguk is the largest tributary of the North Fork of the Koyukuk. Both lie entirely within the pristine environment of Gates of the Arctic National Park.
44 mi / 71 km
Broad, glacial valley bordered by the rugged peaks of the Endicott Mountains
High potential for hiking and backpacking; access is more difficult than North Fork of Koyukuk
South flank of the arctic Continental Divide; glacial valleys bordered by Endicott Mountains
Variety of wildlife
Significant cultural resources were not identified on the Tinayguk River at the time of its designation as a Wild & Scenic River.
Last updated: November 25, 2019