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Arctic Circle and Northern Lights Tour from Fairbanks
"Your 14-hour adventure to the Arctic Circle starts with hotel pickup in Fairbanks by your experienced guide. Head north out of town in the afternoon traveling along the Dalton Highway.Featured on the TV show Ice Road Truckers the Dalton Highway (technically Alaska Route 11) runs north-south through Alaska nearly all the way to the Arctic Ocean and parallels the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. It’s one of the most isolated roads in the United States and provides some beautiful Alaskan scenery for you to enjoy during the ride. Learn from your guide about the Trans-Alaska Pipeline one of the world’s largest pipeline systems built in the 1970s to carry crude oil from Prudhoe Bay 800 miles (1
From $225.00
 
Tongass Rainforest Hiking Expedition
"After meeting your small-group on the dock you'll be driven by private van to the wilderness trailhead. Located in a remote location you will hike on an unpaved mostly level wilderness trail with no steps. You don’t need special footwear. The peace of the rainforest surroundings is yours while you admire the ancient forest and giant trees of the Tongass National Forest. You will walk approximately 3 mile lines noise and civilization. Your first stop is at a meadow
From $99.00
 
Alaskan Heritage Tour in Fairbanks
"After pickup from your Fairbanks hotel your guide will take you to the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor Center located on the banks of the Chena River in downtown Fairbanks. Named after an Alaska native and political leader this community center celebrates native Alaskan culture and natural history through interesting exhibits indigenous art and tools and life-sized panoramas depicting Alaska’s wildlife and landscapes throughout the seasons. After about an hour here head to University of Alaska Museum of the North whose immersive exhibits tell the story of Alaska’s natural
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More Things to Do in Point Hope

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See the Old Village

Point Hope is a very old place, one of the oldest continually inhabited locations in North America (to paraphrase a US politician, you can almost see Russia from their main street). However, it has...
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View the Cemetary

Cemetarirs hold a strange allure over people. In France, people travel all over to see the graves of famous personages. Well, Point Hope has one of the most unique graveyards I've ever seen. The fence...
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Celebrate the Harvest

The people of Point Hope are whalers by tradition, having hunted the major marine mammals for centuries. There are several sites where you can celebrate a successful hunt, located on the outside of...
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ATVing

Everyone in Point Hope gets around via ATVs in the warm months, so join in the fun. There are few trails, but that's the fun of it. You can just roam around the tundra, or fly down the beach next to...
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Berry Picking

Despite it is the tundra, there are a wide variety of berries around Point Hope. Blackberries (not what we would think of as blackberries), blueberries, cranberries, and a peculiar relative of the...
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During the month of June, we...

During the month of June, we have our whaling festival that last three days long. Fun time for all to get together and eat different types of food.Blanket toss, eskimo dancing, pass out different...
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