Journey Above the Arctic Circle, Fort Yukon & the Yukon RiverDuration
Approximately 4¾ hours
May 28 -September 7
Per Person - $509.95
- Moderate Activity Level
- Off the Beaten Path
Cross the Arctic Circle! A circular land mass encompassing the earth’s farthest north polar regions, the Arctic Circle formally marks the “Land of the Midnight Sun.” Fairbanks lies just 125 air miles south of the Arctic Circle so don’t miss this opportunity to cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate! The Arctic Circle Air Adventure takes you north from Fairbanks across the expansive Yukon River Valley and into the Brooks Mountain Range (the Alaskan Rockies) before landing just east of the gates of the Arctic National Park at Coldfoot, Alaska. The 2½ hours spent on the ground north of the Arctic Circle focus on visits to two very different wilderness communities, Wiseman and Coldfoot, both offering the unique opportunity to learn firsthand how the very few residents living in this remote arctic region have adopted creative strategies for surviving extreme winter temperatures that can drop to -80 F. Earn an Arctic Circle Certificate upon return.
Price varies with departure time. Maximum weight is 340 lbs. Tour operator will confirm daily if weather conditions are suitable for flight. In the event this tour has to be cancelled due to weather, tour hosts will make their best attempt to reschedule your excursion. If rescheduling is not possible, a full refund will be made. Meals can be purchased during the tour at your own expense. Guests are required to check in with our tour desk to confirm weight. Flight time is approximately 2 hours. Time spent on the ground in the Arctic Circle is approximately 2½ hours. All flights are conducted in a nine-passenger, twin engine Piper Navajo Chieftain Aircraft.