Preservation

The National Park Service works to protect, preserve, and foster appreciation of the cultural resources in its custody. These include archeological resources, cultural landscapes, ethnographic resources, historic and prehistoric structures, and museum collections. At Gates of the Arctic we employ various cultural resource specialists to carry out this work. Learn more about these efforts through the following links...

Archeology | History | Museum Collections | Subsistence

 
Two Nunamiut Eskimo use a traditional dog team and sled to gather ice from a lake near Anaktuvuk Pass.
Gathering ice in Anaktuvuk Pass.

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Celebrating and Preserving Wilderness

Preservation is at the heart of the NPS mission, even more so at Gates of the Arctic. In the winter of 2014, twenty sled dogs and two kennels staff from Denali National Park & Preserve joined several staff from Gates of the Arctic and Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve in a collaborative effort to clean up a remote section of designated wilderness in Gates of the Arctic. Read more 'Of Dogs and Wilderness'

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 30
Bettles, AK 99726

Phone:

(907) 692-5494
This is a summer seasonal phone that will be answered from June 1 - September 30, seven days a week. From October 1 to May 31, please contact the Alaska Public Lands Information Center in Fairbanks, Alaska at (907) 459-3730.

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