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Took a tour to this very isolated location some 65 miles north of Fairbanks to view the Northern Lights. Not recommended to drive to in the winter, let the professional tour drivers do the work! Great location to view the Northern Lights
Great rest/pee stop for our bus trip to the arctic Circle. Good way to learn how true Alaskans manage to live up there year round. Bathroom is an outhouse. all power comes from a gasoline generator. The owners must be wonderful people because over the...More
We traveled here as part of another adventure to see the Northern Lights. While I was unimpressed with the tour we went on, I was impressed with this little store. This place was originally set up as a lemon aid stand along the highway. The...More
Stopped here for a pit stop on our Arctic Circle Tour. A unique place with lots of Tshirt, Alaskan items, snacks, etc. Coffee always ready. Attendant was super nice and friendly. Is in a rustic Alaskan cabin that is so cute. Bathrooms are outhouses, which...More
The Arctic Circle Trading Post is now run by the Northern Alaskan Tour Company as their place to view the Northern lights. It's a great spot about 80miles north of Fairbanks. I visited their twice on our trip to Fairbanks. The building is wonderfull with...More
As a part of the Aurora Drive Adventure we stayed there for a few hours, while waiting for aurora to appear. The passage from where the tour van parked and the house was frozen and slippery. They had an outhouse toilet for us to use....More
A Convenient rest sop if you are travelling on the Dalton/Elliot Highway. There is a nice Souvenir Shop, the products of which are mostly made by the owners and their Children. Its a Family run Business and a very Nice, peaceful & beautiful place.
A nice and cozy place where you can shop for souvenirs and wait for the Aurora. The generous and friendly owner, Joe, provides free hot drinks and snacks to his guest. Keeps everyone entertained while waiting for the Aurora to appear with interesting stories about...More