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Arctic Circle Drive from Fairbanks

Arctic Circle Drive from Fairbanks - Coldfoot, United States
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Duration: 16 hours
Location: Coldfoot, United States

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$179.00

Discover Alaska’s Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the Original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway ... More info ›

Discover Alaska’s Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the Original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Visit the Arctic Circle Trading Post. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.

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Stop At: Dalton Highway, Coldfoot, Alaska

This is a full day guided ground tour on the Dalton Highway to the Arctic Circle. Along the way the guide will share the story of Alaska's Arctic both while in motion and at the various stops along the way.

Duration: 12 hours

Stop At: Yukon River, Alaska

The Dalton Highway has the only bridge crossing the mighty Yukon River -- and guests will be on it as they make their way north. A stop is made here both north and south to get out and step along the banks of the Yukon River. This is also the home of the Yukon River Camp Noodle House where guests can purchase lunch/dinner as needed.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Arctic Circle Trading Post, Fairbanks, Alaska

Located in Joy Alaska this is one part of the story of Alaska's Arctic - Homesteading and making a home in Alaska's remote wild areas. Learn about this process and how earlier pioneers made a home off the road system and off the grid.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: BLM Arctic Circle Monument Sign, Fairbanks, Alaska

Located at 66'33" - the Arctic Circle marks the location that on June 21 the sun doesn't set and on December 21 the sun doesn't rise. Your guide will celebrate with you when you make this crossing and present you with your official Arctic Circle Certificate.

Duration: 30 minutes

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16-Hour Tour of the Arctic Circle in Winter from Fairbanks

16-Hour Tour of the Arctic Circle in Winter from Fairbanks - Coldfoot, United States

Duration: 16 hours
Location: Coldfoot, United States

From USD
$219.00

Discover winter in Alaska’s Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway ... More info ›

Discover winter in Alaska’s Arctic! Experience for yourself the legendary hospitality and authentic interpretation that made the original Arctic Circle Drive Adventure famous. Travel the famed Dalton Highway. View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline. Experience the mighty Yukon River. Explore up close the amazing arctic tundra. Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.

Begin your day meeting your informative, friendly Alaskan guide who is certain to make the day a memorable one. Prior to departure take part in a brief tour orientation to set the stage for your adventure in Alaska's Arctic. Meals are not included; however, you are more than welcome to bring along your own food or know there will be an option to purchase meals along the tour at the Yukon River Camp.
Head north in the personalized comfort of our tour coaches and vans. The guide will share with you the story of Alaska's Arctic throughout the day both while you are in motion and at the various stops throughout the day. The final number of stops and length of stops will vary since it is a tour. For your comfort and safety the guide will operate at a speed on the Dalton Highway appropriate for the weather and road conditions.
As you make your way out of town you will begin to learn the history of the gold rush and what brought early pioneers to Interior Alaska.
Throughout the day the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline will shadow your journey and the guide will make a stop to take pictures and to explain in detail the history and the workings of this engineering marvel.
Begin travel on the rugged Dalton Highway, the solitary land route of Alaska's Arctic wilderness. The Dalton Highway begins 84 miles out of Fairbanks.
Marvel at the majestic beauty of the northland's most famous waterway, the Yukon River, and learn of the river's stored past. Depending on the time of winter you visit you may have the opportunity to walk out on the frozen river and learn of its important role in village life along its route.
While the amazing arctic tundra will be covered with snow and/or ice the guide will still make a stop for you to take picture and to learn about the flora and fauna of the region. They will explain the science of the tundra but they will also invite you to reach in to the earth and touch the veins of ice just below the surface.
Cross the Arctic Circle in ceremonious fashion and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate. For many, this is the reason to take the journey and your guide is sure to make it a memorable stop. This is the turnaround point for the day and will take place at approximately 6:00 pm. But not to worry, the guide still has a wealth of information they will share on the southbound journey.
A highlight of traveling in Alaska's Arctic this time of year can be the incredible images the low level of light will make on the snow and ice.  The sun sits low on our southern horizon during the winter months but does provide light during the day.

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Arctic Circle Tour

Arctic Circle Tour - Coldfoot, United States
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Coldfoot, United States

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$169.00

Explore the Dalton Highway over the White Mountains, across the Yukon River, and up to the Arctic Circle on this 12-hour (sometimes longer due to stops for extra photo opportunities) tour outside of Fairbanks. Join a small group of no more than 8 passengers on a fully-narrated, guided tour through dramatic landscapes of the Dalton Highway, and far-off snow-capped peaks of the Brookes Range ... More info ›

Explore the Dalton Highway over the White Mountains, across the Yukon River, and up to the Arctic Circle on this 12-hour (sometimes longer due to stops for extra photo opportunities) tour outside of Fairbanks. Join a small group of no more than 8 passengers on a fully-narrated, guided tour through dramatic landscapes of the Dalton Highway, and far-off snow-capped peaks of the Brookes Range. Search for wildlife and learn more about Northern Alaska from a knowledgeable guide.

As you head north of Fairbanks and across the famous Dalton Highway, the heart of America's largest state becomes a wild land of untamed wilderness and wide open spaces. Comprising river valleys with moose, caribou, and other wildlife, the distant mountains of snow capped granite, the far north is a harsh land with dark, frozen winters and summers full of constant golden sunshine. It is a land of contrast, most accessible and safely visited during a specific, established window each year.
Your visit to this quiet wilderness starts at 9 am during the spring and early summer and at 12 noon late in August. After being picked up from your Fairbanks-area hotel or vacation rental, you will meet your driver/guide for the day who will introduce his or herself to you and the rest of the group before leaving the town for your 12 hour trip. Your 15 passenger van may have up to 8 others on the trip, ensuring lots of space and personal attention as you head north beyond the interior. 
Over the course of your day, you will pass by the White Mountains and over the Yukon River, passing natural barriers that separate the interior from the pristine boreal forest and wild back country that comprise the majority of the state. You will stop at notable landmarks for photos and further exploration as your guide teaches you the history of the road and the state and you search for the abundant wildlife native to the area. Although snacks and water will be provided, you will need to bring a sack lunch to compliment the items provided by your host. During August, the trip will run later in an effort to capture views of the Northern Lights, returning you three hours later than the normal drop off time of 9:00 pm to downtown Fairbanks for a your complimentary evening drop off back at your hotel or vacation rental.

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