Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge & Visitors Center

Lying near the Canadian border, Tetlin is one of only two refuges in Alaska that are road accessible. It harbors a varied landscape, from rugged snowcapped peaks and glacially fed rivers to tundra, forest, and wetlands. The Refuge was established to conserve waterfowl, raptors and other migratory birds, furbearers, moose, and caribou—which lie in abundance within its borders. The visitor center is about 1.5 hours from Tok.

We filmed this in September, so you’ll see brilliant fall colors in all their splendor!

Getting There

MP 1229 Alaska Highway

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