• Ice crystals form on ground vegetation

    Noatak

    National Preserve Alaska

Fees & Reservations

Currently, there are no fees charged to access Noatak National Preserve.

The National Park Service does not require reservations for any type of travel or camping within the preserve. Licensed guides and transporters should be contacted in advance to plan travel logistics.

Did You Know?

27 caribou, with tails held high, leave a gravel bar to splash and swim across a blue river on a fall day.

The Western Arctic caribou herd is comprised of about 370,000 caribou, making it North America’s largest. These “nomads of the north” travel through Noatak National Preserve twice a year during their long trek between southern wintering areas and northern calving grounds.