A Rugged Range above Nome for Year-Round Backcountry Adventuring
The Kiguluaik Moutains are inviting for their ruggedness and awesome beauty. Visitors will find all kinds of superb recreational opportunities, from fishing, hiking, backpacking, mountaineering and backcountry skiing to snowmobiling, dog mushing and photographing wildlife. There is evidence of early gold seekers, who entered this region at the turn of the century, throughout the spectacular and changing panorama of mountain passes and glacial valleys.
Sport fishing for Arctic grayling and Dolly Varden is excellent in Canyon Creek as well as in the Sinuk, Grand Central and Cobblestone rivers. Chum and pink salmon may also be caught from early July to mid-August.