- Associated Press - Thursday, December 25, 2014

BETHEL, Alaska (AP) - Bethel Search and Rescue says Kuskokwim River trails from Bethel to some villages are marked with stakes and reflective tape where the ice is thick enough to support vehicles.

KYUK (https://is.gd/XBKqOc) reports that responders emphasize that holiday travelers should stay on the marked trails because there is still open water in some places, as well as areas that froze over just recently.

Trails are marked downriver from Bethel to Napaskiak (nuh-PAHS’-key-ack), Oscarville and Napakiak (nuh-PAH’-key-ack).

Trails also are marked upriver from Bethel to Akiak (ACK’-ee-ack) and Kwethluk (KWEETH’-luk).


Information from: KYUK-AM, https://www.kyuk.org

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