Arctic Circle Winter Air Adventure

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A One Day Guided Round Trip Winter Journey By Air Across The Arctic Circle

Tour Summary

  • Travel north from Fairbanks and wonder at the story of the vast and remote land below. 
  • Witness remnants of the gold mining that continues nearly 100 years after the yellow metal first brought newcomers rushing north. 
  • View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline, symbolizing the immense changes brought to Alaska's Arctic by the discovery of oil over 30 years ago. 
  • Fly over the expansive Yukon River Valley, home of traditional peoples that sustain their lifestyle and culture as they have for thousands of years. 
  • Thrill at the excitement of crossing the Arctic Circle. 
  • Experience the rugged and magnificent Brooks Mountain Range as the flight route passes just east of the Gates of the Arctic National Park. 
  • Participate in a ceremonious Arctic Circle landing at a wilderness community on the Middle Fork Koyukuk River and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate. 
  • Enjoy an orientation and learn the fascinating story of the surrounding Brooks Range wilderness. 

Tour Dates and Rates

October 8, 2024 - November 22, 2024

December 2, 2024 - December 20, 2024

January 6, 2025 - January 28, 2025

April 1, 2025 - April 21, 2025

Varied Departure Times

Days: Daily

Rate: $609

September 19, 2024 - October 7, 2024

November 23, 2024 - December 1, 2024

December 21, 2024 - January 5, 2025

January 29, 2025 - February 28, 2025

March 1, 2025 - March 31, 2025

1:00 PM Departure

Days: Daily

Rate: $649

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Departs at 1:00 pm / returns approximately 5:00 pm

Main days are Sunday, Tuesday, and Friday. Has potential to go daily pending minimum number and operations availability.

For an Arctic Circle Winter Air Adventure Tour Program click HERE.

For information on how to make a reservation, click on the link to our planning page. 

Northern Brooks mountain range, northern half of the Dalton Highway

Trucker's Cafe at Coldfoot Camp