BLM Arctic Circle Monument Sign
BLM Arctic Circle Monument Sign
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Michael S
9 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2023
A sign, a viewpoint, and a bathroom. There is no context as to where the Arctic Circle actually is--at the sign? if you don't go beyond the sign did you really get there? After 6 hours of driving I was hoping for a little more than just a sign. Realize it is BLM and not National Park Service so maybe that explains it.
Écrit le 21 août 2023
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marciabsmith
Crestview, Floride43 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2023 • En famille
We made this day trip as a family in August 2023. We left the North Pole area around 7 am and arrived at the Arctic Circle by noon, in spite of making two stops at the Yukon River and Finger Rock (for a quick hike) along the way. There was also a good bit of construction, and we had to stop to wait for pilot cars a couple times.

We had packed a picnic, and at the suggestion of a previous reviewer we brought birdseed. The birds were more interested in our lunch than the birdseed, but we very much enjoyed their company while we ate! We stayed for about an hour before heading back to North Pole. We did not stop on the way back (except for construction), and we back within 4 1/2 hours.

Just a tip: if you want souvenirs, there is a small store just north of the Yukon River. They sell a good assortment of postcards, shirts, hoodies, magnets, and mugs to commemorate your visit to the circumpolar north. They also have a gas pump if you prefer to top off your tank. Gas was $7.50 a gallon. They also have a restaurant and lodging available.

Second tip: there are metal grills set up by the picnic areas at the Arctic Circle picnic sites, so you could bring charcoal and matches and make yourself quite a feast! Or pack sandwiches like we did.
Écrit le 15 août 2023
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Dave S
Omaha, NE198 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2023 • En couple
We took a bus tour up to the Arctic Circle which was a day long adventure. The Arctic Circle is in some ways anti-climatic as it is a wood sign at a roadside pull off. We all got our obligatory pictures and our tour guide brought a carpet with a line on it that everyone could cross. There is nothing else at the site. Be ready for the mosquitoes.
Écrit le 24 juin 2023
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Christine P
28 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2023 • En couple
This adventure was the last stop in our Honeymoon journey in wild Alaska.
We journeyed into the Alaskan cold winter arctic (-11 F ) below zero.
And we went with our 2x4 rental car with shredded tires.
Also just FYI my husband is a truck driver and he was driving very safe.
We drove out there on our own.
We also had our own Satellite GPS which was very helpful because we had no cell phones and internet.
Getting there alone was the journey and half the battle.
The roads were partially dirt and partially gravel.
This was the highlight of our vacation. We drove yesterday (on Chris Birthday) 400 miles from Fairbanks to the dangerous Arctic Circle sign.

There was no internet and no cell phone.
We got our satellite GPS and Angels 👼 that drove with us.
We pass the Yukon river and were able to stop for pics on there.
We drove through the dangerous and historic Dalton Highway. It was just a sign on the main road. That was the entrance into the Arctic 🥶
Our drive was magical, scary, slippery , snowy , creepy and beautiful at the same time.
And very very cold. After 6 hours we finally arrived at the Antarctic Equator circle.
There was no other car on the road only big rig Trucks.
We had a 2x4 with new shredded tires and that helped get us through the icy road.

We had to stop at the last gas station to get very expensive gas at $7.40 per gallon, so we don’t get stuck and have enough fuel for this trip.

At the end it was all wroth it.
The drive itself is interesting, and it gives you an idea how vest, cruel and cold the wilderness of Alaska can be.
Standing at the Arctic Circle was awesome. NOW we can officially say we were at the ARCTIC CIRCLE at CHRISTOPHER’s birthday.
Standing at the Arctic circle sign was an amazing experience by itself because considering just how few people actually really can do this.
We did it!!!
Écrit le 2 février 2023
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PurpleAnkh
Fort Washington, MD269 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
déc. 2022
This was the last whole group stop on my journey into the Alaskan wilderness as part of a tour to Coldfoot, " The farthest north truck stop". The scenery driving up was beautiful and reaching this marker was an adventure in itself. There are information signs but we arrived after 4 so it was a bit too dark to be able to read them.
Écrit le 2 janvier 2023
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steven o
Riverside, CA88 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
mai 2022
Slower you drive the easier it is on the tires. Take some birdseed and just hold your hand out, and you'll have instant friends. I did this trip solo, with a roof top tent. It's just under 10000 miles round trip from Southern California, took me 26 days but I didn't take the most direct route, made a few side trips, and stayed a couple of places a couple of days. Depending on the time of year be ready for hoards of mosquitos.
Écrit le 28 décembre 2022
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Perky C
43 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2022 • En couple
A very nice pull-out off the Dalton Highway, this sign is near a wooden picnic area with information signs about the Arctic Circle. There are pit toilets (2) available that in our visit were very clean
Écrit le 28 septembre 2022
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Lisa
Pelham, AL29 contributions
3,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2022 • En couple
Getting there was half the battle. Being there was super cool but uneventful, it a sign in an area most people never go. We took a motor coach with 22 other people as part of a tour. It was a 16 hour round trip journey and a rough road to get there but I’d say it was worth it to do once in a lifetime.
There were some really friendly animals there and the tour company gave us a cool certificate for crossing the line. Wear bug spray if you’re there in summer or fall! Mosquitos and flys were killer.
Écrit le 13 septembre 2022
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JMcD202003
Fishers, IN26 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
févr. 2022
We visited this sign as part of an all day tour from North Pole, AK to the Arctic Circle. The tour was provided by Alaska Wildlife Guide. Our Guide was "Frank" and he was excellent. The Dalton Highway is paved in some areas and not in others. With the amount of recent snow, it requires someone driving who knows the area and roadway. Frank gave us information all along the way, including periodic stops. We followed the pipeline and stopped at a few places to check it out up close. We stopped at the Dalton Highway sign (with information about Mr. Dalton and the development of the highway and north slope). We also stopped at (and walked on) the Yukon River. On the way back to North Pole, the weather cleared and Frank pulled off on a safe siding and we witnessed the Aurora Borealis - it was quite a display. I highly recommend this trip and provider.
Écrit le 22 mars 2022
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VaAlleyCat
Aldie, Virginie1 200 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
janv. 2022
If you are planning a trip on the Dalton Highway, then you must stop. It is just a sign off the main road, but it's the entrance to the Artic Circle!! We visited in January 2022 and the Dalton was covered in snow and ice. We had a 4x4 with studded tires, so the drive wasn't too terrifying (but it was definitely scary). We saw 1 bird during our visit, and that was it. It was -25 degrees below zero, so I am sure most of the furry creatures were hunkered down trying to stay warm.
Écrit le 8 février 2022
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