Grayling is named after Grayling Creek and has a population of 205 of which 47 are students. Visitors are welcomed and will see traditional fishing camps, fish wheels, the old Village site, Wildlife viewing and participate in eating traditional foods. Grayling Creek is a tributary to the Yukon River as is the Innoko River. The Innoko River is were the original Village was for 2,500 years and was moved to present sight Grayling in 1963.  The Wild Super Natural Yukon River is an incredible source of food and beauty plus visitors would be able to take scenic walks, taxi up to traditional fish camps and view wild life.

Circle | Fort Yukon | Beaver | Stevens | Rampart | Tanana | Ruby | Galena | Koyukuk
Nulato | Kaltag | Grayling | Anvik | Holy Cross

 

Alaskan Express Freight Sled Expedition, Inc.

Presents The

Alaska Yukon River Expedition

P.O. Box 74512

Fairbanks, Alaska 99707

907 953 2233 - Contact

email: ayre@gci.net