Your Guide to Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve lies at the continental crossroads that greatly influenced the distribution of life in the Western Hemisphere during the Pleistocene Epoch.
It is a vital landscape for indigenous communities who depend on the land just as their ancestors did for many generations.
It is a wild and ecologically healthy landscape unlike any other.
The Bering Land Bridge Visitor Center is located in Nome, AK. Nome, AK is not on the road system and may be reached via a commercial flight. The Bering Land Bridge Visitor Center is located about a mile from Nome Airport. Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is located in the northern portion of the Seward Peninsula. There are no roads or trails into the parklands. Logistics on how to reach Bering Land Bridge is based on an individual’s resources and abilities.
GPS: lat:65.96087902, long:-164.4086432
Physical address: 214 Front St., Nome, AK, 99762
Mailing address: P.O. Box 220, Nome, AK, 99762
There is no fee to enter the preserve.
Weather in the Seward Peninsula is generally characterized by long freezing winters and short, cool summers.
Coastal areas typically have mild weather, while the interior has greater seasonal variation in temperature and precipitation.
Hours for Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
Bering Land Bridge Preserve is open 24/7 year round. Due to its remote location accessing the preserve can be challenging, costly and time consuming. View closures: https://www.nps.gov/bela/planyourvisit/hours.htm
Sunday: All Day
Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day