Bering Land Bridge is comprised of 2.7 million acres and is situated on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. It is disconnected from all road systems and far removed from major cities.
Park Brochure Map
To view a non-interactive version of the park brochure map (below), navigate to the upper left-hand corner of the map and select “brochure map” from the drop-down menu.
Free topographical maps are available for download via the USGS web page.
USGS Topo Maps (1:63K scale recommended)
Places to Visit Virtual Tour
The map below highlights several points-of-interest within Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and the surrounding area. Click on the different pins to learn more about each site.
Last updated: October 13, 2022