Gates of the Arctic Day Tours & Attractions
Day Tours & Attractions
Parks & Trails View All
Camp beneath the iconic Arrigetch Peaks — a great destination for backpackers and hardcore climbers alike. 22 miles minimum — 12 miles one-way from the float plane drop off to the Arrigetch Valley. Once in the valley, there are many options for day hikes or even climbs, if rock climbing is your objective.
Find out why the Brooks Range is known to have the best off-trail hiking in Alaska. You can choose to trek the entire route from the village of Anaktuvuk Pass to the Dalton Highway or the abbreviated route by chartering a flight to Summit Lake and proceeding in either direction. This trip is exclusively off-trail hiking.
A great “a‑to‑b” style backpacking route that allows backpackers to move through a large portion of the Brooks Range. After a culturally interesting start in the village of Anaktuvuk Pass, travelers are treated vast, trail-less wilderness, stunning views of snowcapped peaks and a high likelihood of close encounters with Alaskan wildlife.
Northern Lights Viewing View All
If you want to view the northern lights, this family owned lodge offers a remote and exclusive experience north of the Arctic Circle. Whether you are dogsledding, snowshoeing or just scanning the skies for the northern lights, you will still be able to relax in comfort and never feel like you are roughing it.
Flightseeing & Arctic Tours View All
Experience the thrill of flightseeing in areas that most tours can’t reach. Go with Golden Eagle Outfitters and enjoy fully customized flightseeing tours from Kotzebue or Delta Junction — or take advantage of their air-taxi drop-off and pickup service to access some of the most beautiful and remote parts of Alaska.