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Logo bar of the Alaska Public Lands Information Centers which are located in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Tok and Ketchikan
Rocky spires, also known as Hoodoos, dominated the rolling tundra of Bering Land Bridge.
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Special Events
 

FREE DAILY FILMS

Shown 7 days a week in our 100-seat theater

Now through May 21:

9am: Heartbeats of Denali [30mins]
Noon: Aurora: Rivers of Light in the Sky [40mins]
2pm: Winter Patrol: Denali by Dogsled [30mins]
4pm: Aurora: Rivers of Light in the Sky [40mins]

Beginning May 22:

9am: Heartbeats of Denali [30 mins]
10am: Arctic Visions & Voices [40 mins]
11am: Aurora: Rivers of Light in the Sky [40 mins]
6pm: Aurora: Rivers of Light in the Sky [40 mins]
7pm: Gates of the Arctic [60 mins]



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Low mountains reflect on the calm waters of the Noatak River. Did You Know?
Entirely north of the Arctic Circle, the Noatak River runs 425 miles, from the glacial headwaters at 8276 ft Mount Igikpak in Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, through the expansive Noatak National Preserve, to its mouth at the Chukchi Sea. Its name means 'passage to the interior.'