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White Mountain, AK has plenty of "pawesome" places for your pup to explore, and booking a walk through Wag! is the easiest way to let them get out to sniff, scratch, and spot squirrels. Local dog walkers all over the White Mountain, AK are vetted by Wag! and ready to pick up your pooch for a stroll around the neighborhood. Many White Mountain, AK parks are dog-friendly and have plenty of space for your pup to get their steps in. Whether you're stuck at work or out on your own adventure, book a trusted dog walker to keep your pup happy and healthy.
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White Mountain is an Alaskan tribal village and subsistence living is the norm, so there are no luxury resorts or even restaurants in town. The White Mountain IRA Tribal Center maintains two bed & breakfast rooms for guests. Winter Trail runs into town from the northwest along the river and becomes Elementary School Road. It branches off twice on the other side to the southeast, heading to the river from Charles Boulevard, and then becomes Winter Trail again at the village boundary. Winter Trail is part of the route for the famous annual Iditarod dog-sled race, which runs every March for two weeks. White Mountain is a mandatory eight-hour stop on the Iditarod. The village is the last stop before its end in Nome, so it's a great place to watch the race and admire the strength and commitment of the pups pulling the sleds. Arf!
Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
Deering is a small town on Alaska’s north coast near the Arctic Circle, and it is where you’ll find the road that is closest to the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, a vast, remote area north of White Mountain on the upper edge of the Seward Peninsula. The preserve contains a remnant of the Bering Land Bridge, a destination for adventurers coming for the majestic terrain and hot springs that it features. Transportation in and out of the Preserve is by air, snow machine, boat or backpacking, because there are no roads or trails going directly into it. Hiking into and through the preserve is rigorous and not for the faint of heart. Its almost 3 million acres feature extinct volcanoes, massive cracks in the earth, maars that have filled with water, many stone outcroppings and rolling uplands with meadows and wildflowers in summer, snow and ice in winter. This is a fantastic, pawsome land where your healthy fur-pup could provide you with some fine company as well as warmth, and a few days here will provide you with lifetime memories!
St. Michael, southeast of White Mountain across Norton Sound, is an access point for the huge Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, which covers 19 million acres and stretches from St. Michael south to Togiak, where it connects with the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. With less than 5% of its land covered in forest, and a third with water, the refuge provides an ideal habitat for many species of waterfowl, as well as mammals like whales, seals, muskox, elk, bear and moose. The acreage that is covered with trees is pawtastic hiking with your fur-pup, looking for birds and smaller mammals, and the waterscape will provide many hours of pawsome paddling. Woofderful!
Togiak is a small village on Bristol Bay that is home to the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge that features hiking, camping and water travel on the plentiful rivers of its 4 million acres. Caribou, bears, moose and 45 other land mammal species call this park home, along with 17 marine mammals like whales and seals. Back-country hiking and primitive camping are off-the-beaten-track activities you and your fur-pup will enjoy, with no organized trails or campgrounds. Also, fishing both from shore and on the river is a popular pastime for visitors. Togiak itself is a native village whose residents pursue hunting, fishing and gardening for their primary livelihoods, and many provide guide services as well. Furtastic!
Bethel City Center
Bethel is a city on the Kuskokwim River, north of Togiak and inside the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. This city is where you can find the area’s only pet-friendly hotel, the Long House Bethel Hotel. In a great location right on the river, the hotel features 39 non-smoking rooms that welcome up to 3 pups of any size per room for a small additional fee. With its rustic décor and pawrfect location downtown, it’s the place to go with your fur-baby when you’re visiting Bethel and the surrounding area, which offers snow machining, cross-country skiing, kayaking and other furtastic outdoor activities!
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