• Breathtaking autumn colors in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

    Bering Land Bridge

    National Preserve Alaska


Front page of the visitor's guide

Download the Official Visitor's Guide

The Bering Land Bridge Official Visitor's Guide provides information on some of the significant areas of the preserve. Whether or not you plan on visiting this remote national park unit, explore the guide to learn about the natural and cultural history of this stunning part of Alaska. The print version of the guide is ideal for printing a hard copy of the document, while the interactive versions offer web exclusive features, videos, links, an interactive map, and much more.

Download the Print Version to print out a hard copy of the visitor's guide [PDF - 9.4mb]

Download the Web Interactive Version for viewing on the web. [PDF 5.39mb]

Download the Mobile Interactive Version for best viewing on your tablet or mobile device. [PDF - 5.72mb]

Front page of the Serpentine brochure, with text, an image of the hot springs at sunset, and the granite tors.

The Serpentine Hot Springs brochure offers information on the cultural history and prehistory of the area, as well as details on planning your visit and what to expect if you go.

Download the Serpentine Hot Springs brochure here [PDF - 1.47mb]

Did You Know?

An inactive 2005 Bilge Creek Fire.

A lightning strike ignites a fire in the preserve. The fire burns for a week and then rain puts it out. In about 7 years, a visitor could walk on the burned site having no idea there once was a fire under his or her feet. This speedy site re-vegetation is typical of tundra fire adapted ecosystems.