Tanana River Region

The Tanana River is a 584-mile tributary of the Yukon River.  The river's headwaters are located at the confluence of the Chisana and Nabesna rivers just north of Northway in eastern Alaska.  The Tanana River flows in a northwest direction from near the border with the Yukon Territory, and laterally along the northern slope of the Alaska Range, roughly paralleled by the Alaska Highway.  In central Alaska, it emerges into a lowland marsh region known as the Tanana Valley and passes south of the city of Fairbanks.

Chisana River

Deep Creek

Delta River System

Fish Lake

Jim Lake

Kantishna River

Lake Minchumina

Little Scottie Creek

Mark Creek

Moose Creek & Unnamed Lake

Muddy River

Nabesna River

Salcha River

Scottie Creek

Tanana River