Anaktuvuk Pass: Flight & Ground Tour
Full day guided tour includes lunch • 9 AM departure
Far above the Arctic Circle, Anaktuvuk is a unique ecosystem where ancient mountains, arctic tundra, and Eskimo culture come together for the experience of a lifetime. Above the Arctic Continental Divide, glacially carved mountains rise to 6400 feet, offering dramatic views. The Pass is a major migration route for the world's largest herd of 450,000 Barren Ground Caribou, and also finds Grizzly, Black Bear, wolf, moose, Dall Sheep, wolverine, and fox travelers amidst these majestic mountains' shadow. In the Eskimo village, meet people whose rich, ancient heritage guide them as they work to blend modern ways with traditional subsistence life. Learn of the Nunamiut, inland Eskimo, way of life. After lunch, experience how the people travel, hunt, and use the land. Explore subsistence hunting trails across the treeless Arctic tundra, traveling tribal lands.
Depart Time: 9:00 A.M. (Except Sundays). Available from mid-May to mid-September. Not available on Sundays, Memorial Day, 4th of July or Labor Day. Full Day Guided Exploration of Anaktuvuk pass, including lunch and fees.
2017 Price: $779 Per Person
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