Stay up-to-date with the latest news from Kobuk Valley National Park.Photos and More
You don't have to come to Alaska to experience Kobuk Valley National Park. Check out our photo galleries, videos and research blog for a taste of Kobuk Valley from the comfort of your home.History and Culture
Kobuk Valley is home to Onion Portage, one of the most complete records of Arctic culture, where the Inupiaq Eskimo have hunted caribou for the past 10,000 years.Nature
In the Kobuk Valley, located entirely above the Arctic Circle, the boreal forest gives way to the tundra. Once called the most isolated wilderness ever seen, the valley is home to many animals, including grizzly bears, wolves, foxes, moose, Dall's sheep and the Western Arctic Caribou Herd, the largest herd in America.For Kids
Become a Jr. Ranger at Kobuk Valley National Park.Management
Learn about the mission of Kobuk Valley National Park, why we were established and what we are preserving.Bookstore
Peruse the selection of Alaska Geographic, the non-profit partner of national parks throughout Alaska. A portion of their proceeds go directly to the parks.
Last updated: August 17, 2020