Things To Do
Come by our visitor center in Nome, Alaska. Enjoy birdwatching. The preserve is home to raptors, waterfowl, and some rare Asiatic species. Fly out to Serpentine Hot Springs and spend a few nights in the bunkhouse while you hike among the huge granite tors that encircle the springs, sightsee, fish, and relax in the warmth of the hot springs.
Camping, hiking, backpacking, exploration, nature observation, photography, and coastal boating are among the many possible activities. Winter offers opportunities for snowmobiling, dog sledding, and some crosscountry skiing.
You can explore remains of the gold rush era and evidence of ancient Inupiaq life. The preserve and surrounding areas, including Native villages, offer opportunities to observe and learn about traditional subsistence lifestyles and historic reindeer herding.
Hunting and fishing are permitted under state regulations; Alaska hunting and fishing licenses are required.
Did You Know?
Muskox were once extinct on the Alaskan Seward Peninsula, but were reintroduced in 1970. They are now thriving on the Peninsula, even in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve.