Bike Nome

Experience the Seward Peninsula by Bike! Ride the gravel roads surrounding Nome, rich with native culture and gold rush history. Though not connected to the rest of Alaska by road, Nome offers 350 miles of gravel roads to explore.

Highlights

  • Bering Land Bridge National Preserve
  • Exploring Nome rich with native culture and gold rush history
  • Kougarok Road
  • Pilgrim Hot Spring

Details

TypeHybrid cross-tail bikes
Duration6 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Total distance200 mi / 322 km gravel roads
Group sizemin. 4 max. 10
LodgingBasic Hotels
BicycleIncluded
MonthAugust
StartNome
FinishNome
States or countryAlaska
Airport startNome, AK. Direct flights available on Alaska Airlines
Airport finishNome, AK. Direct flights available on Alaska Airlines

Starting from $ 3,900.00

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