The Dalton Highway, Alaska's Arctic wilderness highway, stretches north from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay.
Along the 500-mile highway, you’ll encounter the Yukon River, the Arctic Circle, the Brooks Mountain Range, and the Arctic Coastal Plain before the road’s termination at the shores of the Arctic Ocean.
Punctuating this Arctic wilderness are Yukon River Camp, Coldfoot Camp and Deadhorse Camp; each meeting, with a spirit of soulful hospitality, the important food and lodging needs of Arctic travelers.
Why Work Arctic?
WILDERNESS 24/7: It’s a paid working vacation. Not a mere visit to Alaska's arctic wilderness, but an unparalleled opportunity to live it.
GREAT COWORKERS: Great wilderness attracts great coworkers—perfect teammates for a season of life, work, and play.
HOUSING/MEALS: No rent, no food bills, no commute.
EARN IT, SAVE IT: Which is to say, we’re in a wilderness environment where the options for spending money are as scarce as the options for wilderness exploration are robust.
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