Learn About the Park

In a dramatic landscape, giant tors jut out of gently slopping hills.

Migration Theories

Several theories exist on one of archaeology's most fascinating mysteries, the peopling of the Americas.

Several strands of cotton grass dance in the breeze bathed in light of a setting sun.


Bering Land Bridge is a vast and vibrant ecosystem with a diverse and unique community of life.

Chunks of ice slowly melt under the sun.

Climate Change

How is the arctic affected by a changing climate?

A smiling child gathers around fish in the sand.

Hey kids!

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

The tundra is red and orange as the autumn settles in. A lone hike walks amongst the tors.

Brochures and Publications

A variety of brochures provides information on significant areas of the preserve.

Aerial view of low-laying tundra with many river and lakes going through it.

Photography and Multimedia

Bering Land Bridge is very remote and difficult to reach. View its wilderness through our photo and media galleries.

Last updated: November 1, 2021

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 220

Nome, AK 99762


800 471-2352

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