Resources

Find information and accommodations to make the most of your arctic adventure.

 

  • Accommodations

  • Alaska Parks & Refuges

    • Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, conserves wildlife and wilderness in northeast Alaska for present and future generations.
    • Gates of the Arctic Map Great zoomable map from University of Texas Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection.
    • Gates of the Arctic National Park The northernmost national park in the US, and a sanctuary of pristine natural beauty.
    • Map of Alaska Federal Lands (10 MB) This map may take a while to download. It shows the boundaries of Alaska National Parks and other federal lands and Indian reservations. From the Univ. of Texas Library.
  • Alaska Wildlife & Fishing

  • Arctic Refuge Information

    • Alaska Coalition Coalition of sporting, and conservation groups working to protect Alaska’s public lands.
    • Alaska Wilderness League Alaska Wilderness League works at the federal level on a variety of issues affecting Alaska’s wild land and waters.
    • Arctic Refuge Art The Arctic Refuge Art effort is a collaboration of Alaskan artists depicting the Brooks Range of Alaska in order to help conservation efforts support and sustain this beautiful and powerful place.
    • Northern Alaska Environmental Center Conserving and protecting habitats in Interior and Arctic Alaska for wildlife, culture, environmental health and future generations since 1971.
  • Articles About Arctic Treks

  • Other Alaskan Experiences We Recommend

    • Alaska Wildland Adventures Another company offering tours and lodge stays in Alaska.
    • Camp Denali Camp Denali comprises two family-owned and operated Denali wilderness lodges, a great jumping off point from which to explore the majesty of Denali National Park.
    • Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge The Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge offers prime location, an intimate experience with only twelve guests to a staff of 10 naturalists, fully guided land and water experiences and gourmet meals.
  • Travel to Alaska

    • Alaska Airlines One of the major airlines flying in and out of Alaska.
    • Alaska Marine Highway System The Alaska Ferry travels the Inside Passage to Haines or Skagway, across the Gulf of Alaska and around the Kenai Peninsula.
    • Alaska Railroad The Alaska Railroad offers scenic transportation all around Alaska.
    • Parks Highway Express The Parks Highway runs North-South between Fairbanks and Anchorage.
  • Visitor Information

  • Western Arctic Information

  • Where to Get the Good Food We Use