Sled dog races, northern lights, ice sculptures, hot springs, museums, local breweries...
Take a minute to watch Fairbanks' destination video, and let yourself be tempted!
What can you do in Fairbanks in March?
Northern Alaska Tour Company pioneered Arctic Circle touring on Alaska's Dalton Highway. Today we take pride in being the operator of choice for those traveling in Alaska's Arctic. Our one day and multi-day excursions, available both during summer and winter, allow the traveler to experience this region in a comprehensive yet economical way.
The Limited North American Sled Dog Race is a speed race organized by the Alaska Dog Mushers Association, a sprint mushing race and education association based in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Our annual event hosts over 100 ice artists, representing nine countries and many U.S. states. In past years, artists from 45 countries have competed in the World Ice Art Championships. The result will be over 100 competition sculptures and exhibition pieces, and the ever-expanding playful ice attractions in the Kids Park.
Located just 60 miles from Fairbanks, the resort offers Alaska comfort and adventure. Come for a soak in our natural hot springs or spend the night to really enjoy all that Chena Hot Springs Resort has to offer.
Come get lost in the world of dogs, whiskered kisses and Arctic bliss. Located 150 miles below the Arctic Circle, we explore the Alaska wilderness like the prospectors of years past and experience the tranquility of the frozen North. Mush with Yukon Quest and Iditarod finishers, and let our 50+ years of collective experience quench your thirst for adventure.
Local, fresh beer brewed in the heart of Alaska, using the world's finest ingredients — welcome to HooDoo Brewing Co.