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Fairbanks Shore Excursions

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Cross the Arctic Circle, see the powerful Yukon River, and experience the rugged beauty of Alaska on this round trip tour into the Arctic tundra.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 16 Hours

Fly over the Yukon River Valley and the magnificent Brooks Mountain Range, cross the Arctic Circle, and land at a wilderness community on the Middle Fork Koyukuk River on this round trip flight to the Arctic Circle.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 5 Hours

Fly over the Yukon River Valley and the magnificent Brooks Mountain Range, cross the Arctic Circle, and land at a wilderness community on the Middle Fork Koyukuk River on this round trip flight to the Arctic Circle.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Scenic

Food/Beverage: Not Included

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 5 Hours

Fly over the expansive Yukon River Valley, home of traditional peoples that sustain their lifestyle and culture as they have for thousands of years, and visit the Nunamiut Eskimo Village of Anaktuvuk Pass.

Shore Excursion Size: Small

Shore Excursion Type: Scenic

Food/Beverage: None

Activity Level: Moderate

Shore Excursion Duration: 5 Hours

Fairbanks is a home rule city and the borough seat of the Fairbanks North Star Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. Fairbanks is the largest city in the Interior region of Alaska. Though there was never a permanent Alaska Native settlement at the site of Fairbanks, Athabascan peoples have used the area for thousands of years. An archaeological site excavated on the grounds of the University of Alaska Fairbanks uncovered a Native camp about 3,500 years old.