Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

Park Regulations & Safety

Plan Your Visit

Travel in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is located in a remote part of northwest Alaska. While here you are closer to Russia than Anchorage or Fairbanks. You must come prepared.

Wilderness travel requires you to be self reliant and skilled in backcountry travel and camping. Pick-ups from the backcountry can be delayed up to several days because of poor weather conditions. The same is true for medical help. You should carry an ample first aid kit in case of emergencies and carry extra food in the event of unexpected dalays.

For those looking for a more predictable adventure into remote Alaska, the Administrative Offices for Bering Land Bridge National Preserve are located in Nome on Front Street. The Office have a small interpretive center that offers limited exhibits and films as well as special programs.