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Kotzebue is a departure point for some of the finest river trips in Arctic Alaska. Popular floats include the Noatak, the Kobuk, the Salmon, which flows into the Kobuk, and the Selawik. Trips along the Kobuk National Wild River often consist of landing at Walker Lake and traveling 140 miles downstream to the villages of Kobuk or Ambler where rafters can pick up flights to Kotzebue. The Noatak National Wild River is a 16-day, 350-mile float from Lake Matcharak to the village of Noatak, where flights to Kotzebue are also available.
The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center opened in 2010 as Kotzebue's newest attraction. Built by the National Park Service, the center focuses on aboriginal life in the region of Kobuk Valley National Park and the natural and cultural history of the Northwest Arctic. Exhibits include items obtained from residents of the area and include a woman’s parka, red fox fur hat, replicated artifacts, umiak frame, and fish net.
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