Noatak Sketchbook: By our 2009 artist in residence Robin Peterson.
Uncovering a Paleoeskimo Camp: Five 7 minute videos about an archaeological dig in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve.
Adapted to extreme conditions, Arctic and subarctic vegetation clings tenaciously to life in the far north. The following videos are open-captioned when narrated. Learn more about the vegetation of Gates of the Arctic.
Defined as soil that remains frozen for two or more years, permafrost dominates the landscape of the far north. The following videos are open-captioned. Learn more about permafrost.
Learn about the people - native and non-native - who have called this part of the world home. All videos are open-captioned. Read more about the people who have lived in or traveled through Gates of the Arctic.
Did You Know?
At 8510 feet, Mount Igikpak, at the headwaters of the Noatak River, is the highest peak in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve.