Whimsical. Magical. Remote.

Imagine a place of whimsical beauty and larger-than-life landscapes: an ancestral home to ice-age giants and turbulent volcanic activity. A land that holds secrets to the intriguing history of human migration, sustains people that have lived here before its establishment as a preserve and continues to be part of a wide breadth of
 traditions. Bering Land Bridge is unlike any other place on earth.

The sun is reflected off the spring as it sets.

Visit Serpentine Hot Springs

Traveling to Serpentine, bunkhouse and amenities, and information for pilots.

A visitor center exhibit of ice age animals with skulls, bones and exhibit panels.

Bering Land Bridge Visitor Center

Check out the ice age animal exhibits, multimedia maps and more in our visitor center located in Nome, AK.

A smiling child gathers around fish in the sand.

Hey kids!

Become a junior ranger! Earn a badge or attend a program.

Close up of pale green lichen.

The Tiny World of Lichen.

Lichen, the ambivalent organism that is neither plant nor fungus, comes in many shapes and colors and is found all over the preserve.

Two reindeer on a sand dune.

Reindeer Herding

Bering Land Bridge is the only park service unit where reindeer herding occurs.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 220

Nome, AK 99762

Phone:

(800) 471-2352
Phones staffed Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 4:30 pm.

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