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Comprised of 2.7 million acres on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska, Bering Land Bridge is one of the nation's most remote national park units. The opportunity to travel a land visited by so few can provide solitude and beauty not often available in other parts of the country. With proper planning and equipment a trip into the preserve can be rewarding.
Park headquarters is located in Nome, Alaska. Nome is a rural community of 3,600 residents and known for its gold rush history, Alaska Native cultures, and as the finish line to the famous Iditarod sled dog race. There is a Visitor Center on the first floor of the Sitnasauk Building on Front Street open throughout the year.
Visitors to the preserve will find themselves in the midst of natural hot springs, ancient lava flows, and the largest maar lakes in the world.
Things to Do
Bering Land Bridge offers unparalleled opportunities to experience some of America's most isolated wild lands and also the rich heritage of Alaskan Native cultures, past and present. The land can be utilized for camping, bird watching, hunting, gathering, trapping, and fishing.
Bering Land Bridge Visitor's Guide
Last updated: February 14, 2018