Alaska's Aurora Adventures
The Arctic Circle Aurora Adventure departs from Fairbanks by land or air and offers optional aurora viewing, dog sledding, and Brooks Mountain Range excursions from your base camp at Coldfoot, Alaska.
Coldfoot's far north location places it one of the world's best aurora viewing areas. For more information about the aurora, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions. Also, you can visit the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute website.
- Learn the fascinating story of Alaska's Arctic from your guide. Travel through mining areas north of Fairbanks.
- View the remarkable Trans Alaska Pipeline.
- Travel the famed Dalton Highway. Traverse the mighty Yukon River.
- Cross the Arctic Circle and receive an official Arctic Circle Adventure Certificate.
Accommodations: Located halfway between Fairbanks and Prudhoe Bay, Coldfoot Camp provides an excellent base for travelers in Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range. Although rustic by urban standards, Coldfoot Camp is clean and each room features two twin beds and private bath facilities in each of the rooms, a luxury in the remote wilderness of Alaska's Arctic.