North of the Arctic Circle on the Arctic Ocean, Utqiagvik is the northernmost settlement on the continent, but there are several other factors that make this remote Arctic Alaskan community unique. Balancing sophisticated modernity with wise tradition, Utqiagvik is by far the most intensely studied scientific site in the American Arctic and an interesting sojourn for one's Alaskan holiday.
The extreme geography means Utqiagvik is subject to 24-hour daylight in the summer months and a magnet for keen explorers. The blanket of tundra that stretches south for hundreds of miles is a splendid hunting ground for locals and outlying villages.
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