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Unalakleet is a remote village tucked away in western Alaska, sitting on the coast of the Norton Sound where the Unalakleet River meets the Bering Sea. Despite its small population of around 750, Unalakleet is a significant trading centre for the region, and has been for centuries. Today, it's known for its commercial fishing, particularly salmon and king crab, and subsistence hunting that provides a traditional way of life for many residents. The surrounding area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with opportunities for fishing, boating, and exploring the Alaskan wilderness. If you're looking for a true Alaskan experience, Unalakleet is a great place to visit.

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Airports near Unalakleet

You have choices when it comes to reaching Unalakleet. Here is a selection of 4 airports you can fly to when travelling to Unalakleet.

Nome Airport

Located approximately 80 miles southeast of Unalakleet, Nome Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. It offers flights to and from Anchorage, Alaska, which serves as a major hub for connecting flights to other destinations.

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Kotzebue Ralph Wien Memorial Airport

Situated around 200 miles northwest of Unalakleet, Kotzebue Airport is another option for travellers. It provides flights to and from Anchorage, as well as other regional destinations in Alaska.

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Bethel Airport

Located about 300 miles southwest of Unalakleet, Bethel Airport is a regional airport that offers flights to and from Anchorage. From Bethel, you can then take a connecting flight to Unalakleet.

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Fairbanks International Airport

Although not as close as the previous options, Fairbanks International Airport is a major airport in Alaska. It is approximately 500 miles northeast of Unalakleet and offers a wider range of domestic and international flights. From Fairbanks, you can take a connecting flight to a more local airport near Unalakleet.

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Things to do in Unalakleet

With a wide variety of attractions in Unalakleet, we've narrowed it down to our top 3 selections to make your planning easier:

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Bering Sea Ice Road

This seasonal road, open from late January to mid-March, is a unique winter adventure. You can drive your car across the frozen Bering Sea to reach the village of Saint Michael, a remote outpost with lots of history. Explore the historic buildings, visit the Sheldon Museum and interpretive centre, or go for a dog mushing adventure.

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Unalakleet Spit

This 7-mile-long barrier beach protects Unalakleet from the relentless Bering Sea. Hike or bike the length of the spit for stunning views of the coastline, spot beachcombing opportunities, or go fishing for salmon, pike, and halibut.

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Unalakleet Festival

Held annually in late June, this festival celebrates Yup’ik culture and heritage. Enjoy traditional dancing, music, and storytelling. Sample delicious Alaska Native foods like akutaq (Eskimo ice cream) and fresh fish. Participate in fun activities like blanket toss and three-legged races.

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