Exploring The Brooks Range Of Northern Alaska

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The Brooks Range is surrounded by a number of national parks, both U.S. and Canadian/NPS

The Brooks Range is the northernmost portion of the Rocky Mountains, extending over 700 miles from the Bering Sea to the Canadian border. Steep, rocky slopes and glacier-carved valleys dominate this vast, rugged landscape along the east-to-west running Continental Divide. The Brooks Range is nearly entirely protected and open for all to enjoy.

To sample this range, check out this video produced by the National Park Service.