Nome Airport: This is the only way to get into Nome. Nome Airport offers flights to Anchorage, Fairbanks, and many smaller places in Alaska. However, should you be coming from the tiny village of Teller, cars are a viable option.
e-mail: email@example.com). River kayak touring. 7, 10, and 14-day trips for groups of 4-6 people, from flat water floats up to class III rivers.
Nome Discovery Tours, 907-443-2814, (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Steve's Guide Service, (907) 443-2880 day; (907) 443-7929 evenings. Full or half day fishing trips for 1-5 persons, short evening trips, all tackle and bait provided.
Jade's Arctic Grizzlies, Phone: (907) 443-2083. The area has one of the largest bear populations in Alaska or, depending on the season, hunt for moose, ptarmigan or caribou. Fishing trips and bird hunting also arranged. Photographer excursions are welcome.
Sub-Arctic Wilderness Tours, 907-443-4895.
Nome Discovery Tours, Tel: (907) 443-2814. Pan for gold, historical or tundra tours, Eskimo village visits or customize.
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