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Coldfoot Camp

Legendary hospitality above the Arctic Circle in Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range

 

Alaska's Arctic

- a region that has long captured the imagination of travelers from around the world. The Gates of the Arctic National Park and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge are two of the more famous "special places" in the surrounding Brooks Range wilderness that can easily be accessed from Coldfoot Camp, at Coldfoot, Alaska.

Our prime location at mile 175 of the Dalton Highway provides a natural base for a variety of activities in this remote region of Alaska. In the summer, flightseeing, hiking, rafting, fishing, and exploring area mining roads are some of the many activities guests can experience from Coldfoot Camp. The winter months bring world-class aurora viewing and opportunities for dog mushing excursions with local mushers.

Guests include travelers exploring the region on their own or with a group, workers staying at the Camp while on a remote job, or truckers seeking coffee and a rest break.

Coldfoot Camp is open year-round and features a great cafe, rustic, yet clean overnight accommodations, tour services, fuel, and tire repair.

We look forward to seeing you at Coldfoot Camp, your base for exploring Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range!

 
 

Phone

(907) - 474 - 3500


Location

Mile 175
Dalton Highway, AK


Hours

Vary by service - see our services page for details

 


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Email:  adventure@northernalaska.com

 

Mail:
Coldfoot Camp
PO Box 81512
Fairbanks AK 99708

 

Toll Free: 866-474-3400

Phone: 907-474-3500

FAX: 907-474-4767