Kotzebue (Inupiaq: Qikiqtaġruk) is a town of 3,200 people in Arctic Alaska. It's an important regional hub and a launching point for flights to remote Arctic wilderness reserves.

The midnight sun in Kotzebue

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View of Kotzebue, July, 2012
  • 1 Ralph Wien Memorial Airport (OTZ IATA). Flights from Anchorage, Nome and various other settlements in Alaska.    

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Arctic tundra
  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking – Take the eight-mile (13-km) loop road across the tundra, or walk along the shore.

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Local art and handicrafts.

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Basic groceries are available, in addition to restaurants.

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