Arctic Alaska

Arctic Alaska, also referred to as Far North Alaska, is a vast region of Alaska extending from around the Arctic Circle to the Arctic Ocean. Native Inuit languages are spoken in many small towns.

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Gates of the Arctic National Park is a United States National Park in Northern Alaska.


The North Slope of Alaska is located in the far north of Arctic Alaska on the Arctic Ocean.

Deadhorse is a town located 10 miles from Prudhoe Bay and the Arctic Ocean in Arctic Alaska at the end of the Dalton Highway.

Coldfoot is a small, albeit important, stop along the Dalton Highway in Arctic Alaska.

Nome is a city in the Arctic region of Alaska. It is a town of about 4,000 people, about half of whom are Alaska natives.

Wiseman is a city in Arctic Alaska, located 3 miles off the Dalton Highway at Mile 188.

White Mountain is located along the Fish River, on the Seward Peninsula in Alaska 60 miles east of Nome.

Unalakleet is a large town along Norton Sound. It is situated at the mouth of the Unalakleet River.

Little Diomede is an island in the Bering Strait. It is part of the Arctic Alaska region but it is below the Arctic Circle.

Solomon is a small town in Nome Census Area, Alaska, of about five people.

Moses Point is a very small village near Elim, Alaska.

Shaktoolik is a very small village along Norton Sound.

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