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Bonus Powder Cache Deadline is JULY 31!
July 25, 2014

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Season Passes – Powder Cache Bonus Ends July 31! Here we are, mid-summer, enjoying all the things our beautiful state has to offer. Hiking, biking, fishing and of course the midnight sun are all still very much a reality but in a few months we’ll be gearing up and getting ...Read More

Bonus Powder Cache Deadline is JULY 31!,



Altos FREE Summer Music Series Welcomes Colorado based Railsplitters!
July 08, 2014

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From their home in the Colorado Rockies, The Railsplitters have been scaling new heights with a refreshing and charming range of bluegrass and beyond-bluegrass music. For a debut album, The Railsplitterssound remarkably assured, playing with the kind of abandon their live shows are known for. Bringing real depth and formidable talent, this group ...Read More

Altos FREE Summer Music Series Welcomes Colorado based Railsplitters!,



FREE SUMMER MUSIC AT THE SITZ!
June 26, 2014

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FREE MUSIC ALL SUMMER! Now that the audience is captivated let’s chat about summer music at the Sitz. With a weekly operating schedule of Friday – Sunday with doors opening at 11 a.m. for lunch, the Sitzmark will be offering up FREE live music every weekend. Friday will feature live ...Read More

FREE SUMMER MUSIC AT THE SITZ!,



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Polar Bear Viewing 

From as far back as Village Elders can remember, legends are told that when the polar bears arrive, the Eskimo hunters will have good luck and catch a whale. Whaling starts in late September and the polar bears make the 150-mile swim from the ice pack to the mainland around that time. The villagers use the whale meat and blubber for subsistence and share the rest with the bears. We have seen as many as 20 bears at a time in several areas. A few bears stay around some years through the winter but the highest concentrations are in October and November.

Our trips depart from Anchorage and fly via Fairbanks to one of several Inupiat Eskimo Villages located on the shores of the Beaufort Sea, 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Day trips are available Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays, and Saturdays. They depart Anchorage at 6:40 am and return between 8 and 10 pm. Estimated time in polar bear country is 5 to 6 hours. A double-cab 4-wheel drive truck is used for transportation on-site.

Price includes airfare from Anchorage, meals and transportation during the expedition and return airfare to Anchorage the day of the trip.

In the event of weather delays, meals and lodging will be extra. Passengers are encouraged to be flexible and allow extra time with other air connections. Arctic cold weather gear is advised and rental can be arranged with prior notice.

For more information, please call the Concierge Desk at 907-754-2108 or email. 

Offered by Arctic Air Expeditions



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