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Did you know...Nome is the finish line for the 1,100-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race?
Nome was built along the Bering Sea, 539 air miles northwest of Anchorage and 102 miles south of the Arctic Circle. Famous for it’s gold rush history, the 1898 discovery of $1500/pan of gold by three Scandinavians brought thousands of miners to this small town on Norton Sound. Since then, Nome's gold fields have yielded $136 million. The population of Nome is a mixture of Eskimos (approximately 58%) and non-Natives. Although many employment opportunities are available, subsistence activities are prevalent in the community.
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Take a step into the history, life and culture of a community living in the ultimate Alaskan frontier. Learn More »
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Experience a rare opportunity to witness daily life for the individuals that call the Far North home and the bonds they share with the surrounding culture, landscape and creatures that reside here. Learn More »
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Spend the day with your local guide exploring the history and stories of a community that has a wild streak, one that brings together some very unique worlds. Learn More »