Gates of the Arctic
By: Lara Collins
Traveling through the park on foot gives you amazing opportunities of exploration and discovery.
Because of the endless summer sunlight, you will see numerous migratory birds on your hike. Also, along your hike you will encounter many rivers and mountains that will allow you to experience a part of nature.
No cost for staying at the park.
Travel Expenses: $600 per person (DFW to Alaska)
Supply Cost: $1000 if you start from scratch
Total Trip: 3 days Anatuvuk Pass to the Gates of the Arctic National Preserve
I would suggest going in the early Fall because it is the best time of the year to travel there.