Experience the beauty of Alaska's Arctic! Tour famous Dalton Highway. Visit the Arctic Circle Trading Post situated in the rural community of Joy. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Cross the Arctic Circle. Overnight at rustic Coldfoot nestled in the Brooks Mountain Range. Visit the historic community of Wiseman. Travel along the Arctic Coastal Plain. Overnight at Prudhoe Bay, site of North America's largest oil discovery. Finish the journey by dipping your toe in the frigid waters of the Arctic Ocean. Extension to Barrow is available. All of our excursions focus on creating an experience with our guests that results in a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural history and cultural heritage of Alaska’s Arctic. Other one-day and multi adventures in Alaska's Arctic available.
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Discover firsthand the lifestyles of Alaska's Arctic Coastal peoples with a tour of the village. Learn of the local Inupiat Eskimo culture with a visit to the Inupiat Heritage Cultural Center. Meet local artisans and shop for unique native crafts. Walk the shores of the Arctic Ocean near the northernmost point on the North American Continent. Two types of experiences available - Adventures and Expeditions. Call or visit our web site to learn more.
Your first stop in Deadhorse. We provide simple camp-style accommodations consistent with the industrial heritage of the region. We also offer a wide selection of Arctic Ocean and Dalton Highway gifts, fuel and passenger vehicle tire repair. Land transportation can be arranged from Fairbanks.
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