The mighty Yukon River with with its headwaters in British Columbia, Canada is 2,300 miles long. It transects interior Alaska and has been the subject of literature and lore. More notably, it served as the great river highway for indigenous Alaskans and explorers, and is still used today as an access route in both summer and winter. Many of Alaska’s rivers eventually drain into the Yukon, which empties into the Bering Sea at the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta.
Place your vote (right) for the top 7 Alaska Natural Wonders. This is my sixth pick out of seven, more to follow.