Located in the southeast region of Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is eight mile long Imuruk Lake. This 1,100 square mile scenic area is accessed by floatplane, non-motorized vehicle, or by foot. During the winter, snowmachines can visit the lake. It is a good location for wildlife viewing, with brown bears, moose, wolves, and wolverines in the area. Numerous opportunities for hiking are available in the adjoining lava fields. Fishing is possible in the lake.
Last updated: May 1, 2015