Tlikakila River, Alaska
National Park Service, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
December 2, 1980. The segment within Lake Clark National Park.
Wild — 51.0 miles; Total — 51.0 miles.
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Originating at the foot of glaciers in a mountain pass, the Tlikakila is a braided glacial river located entirely within Lake Clark National Park. It flows through 10,000-foot high rock-and-snow-capped mountains and perpendicular cliffs to empty into Lake Clark.