Sharing Alaska's Arctic with the World

Yukon River Camp, Coldfoot Camp, and Deadhorse Camp are each owned/operated by a small Alaska-based company.  We recognize it is the quality of our coworkers that provides the critical ingredient to the creation of a great hospitality experience for our guests.  A great workplace starts with shared values, thus it is our goal to attract coworkers who believe:  that PROFESSIONALISM and INTEGRITY are not innate characteristics but, instead, daily decisions; that because we are what we repeatedly do, EXCELLENCE, then, is not an act but a habit;  and, finally, that a great workplace cannot be achieved if it is not built on a foundation of positive, trust-based coworker relationships --- an impossible task without the shared values of RESPECT and JOY.

Many great coworkers have found their way to our camps—many coworkers return to camp for consecutive seasons, while others simply never leave, having found themselves at home in Alaska's Arctic.  If you have read this far, and still believe that "working arctic" might be for you, we encourage you to learn more by reading the information provided in this web format.  We look forward to the possibility you will choose to take the next step in the "working arctic" employment process by submitting an application.

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Deadhorse Camp

In mid-may, eight-foot thick ice on the world's fifth largest river will grunt, groan and crack before breaking  free and beginning the long journey downriver towards the Bering Sea. By mid-June, both commercial and subsistence fishers ply the Yukon's water as they work to set up seasonal fish camps in preparation for a season of netting the legendary Yukon River King Salmon as they pass by on their 2,000-mile long spawning run. READ MORE—

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Coldfoot Camp

Two hundred sixty miles north of the nearest traffic light in Fairbanks—sixty miles north of the Arctic Circle—sixty miles south of the northernmost extent of the tree line—adjacent to the 8.2 million acre Gates of the Arctic National Park—surrounded by the remote wilderness and unpeopled distances that are Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range... READ MORE—

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Yukon River Camp

Alaska's Arctic Coastal Plain during the winter reveals the undeniable power of the white season --- a season that inspires awe and humility --- a time when and a place where the most adaptable of humans, plants and animals sustain life. The brown season of spring in Alaska's Arctic is a short but welcome reminder that summer quickly approaches --- a glimpse of brown through the white snow begins to animate a frozen landscape. READ MORE —