Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska

A view of Anaktuvuk Pass from the plane.

NPS photo

Anaktuvuk Pass (Map) is a remote village located within the Park and Preserve boundaries. It was established along a major caribou migration route in the early 1950s by the last remaining band of semi-nomadic Nunamiut Eskimo.

Even today, the residents continue to depend on caribou and other natural resources for food, clothing and cultural continuity.

Learn more about the history of Anaktuvuk Pass and the Nunamiut people who live there.

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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