Plan your trip to Arctic Alaska

Arctic Alaska sets itself apart from the rest of the state with its diverse and highly varying landscape, lasting Native cultures, and array of wildlife. Fly over “Far North Alaska” and look out upon the Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve where you will see the spectacular Brooks Range mountains. In Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the United States’ largest wildlife refuge where Alaska’s northern plants and animals flourish. For a sightseeing road trip, travel along Dalton Highway, stretching from near Fairbanks all the way to the Arctic Ocean up north! Along the highway stop for pictures of animals such as moose, and countless species of birds or the varying landforms. With adequate planning, a trip to Arctic Alaska will create lasting memories!

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Bettles Lodge

Bettles, Alaska, United States
From $115

Bettles Lodge provides exceptional lodging facilities for an unforgettable Alaskan retreat. Built in 1948, our historic resort is located in a secluded setting but features a variety of modern amenities including wireless Internet and satellite TV. Choose from three different lodging types including the Aurora viewing cabin, which offers perfect... more

  • Property Size: 14 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Fairbanks
  • Nearby Water: Koyukuk River
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Ecotourism, Family, Fishing, Nature, Romantic

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