A Bridge to the Past, Present, and Future
Explore a dynamic wilderness dotted with hot springs, ancient lava flows, and the largest maar lakes in the world. Ramble across tundra seeking muskox, caribou, and signs of ice age life. The Bering Land Bridge provided a pathway for plants, animals, and people to cross from old world to new. Today local residents use this land just as their ancestors have for generations.Read More
Official Visitor's Guide
Download the interactive multimedia visitor's guide to explore Bering Land Bridge on your computer or mobile device.Read More
Stories from the Field
View the preserve through the eyes of our interpreters in our official blog.Read More
Connect with BELA
'Like' the BELA page on Facebook for easy access to updates and information about the preserve.Read More
Shared Beringian Heritage Program
Celebrating the natural resources and cultural heritage shared by Russia and the US on both sides of the Bering Strait.Read More
Iyat Master Plan Updates
Get involved in the public meetings to update the Serpentine Hot Springs Master Plan and long term visions for the area.Read More
Research in the Preserve
If you are interested in conducting research in the preserve, check out this link for valuable information and dates.Read More
Did You Know?
Bering Land “Bridge” is really a misnomer for the land mass that the people and animals used to cross over from Asia and populate the Americas. The bridge ranged up to 1,000 miles wide.