Follow The Caribou Migration Along The Dalton Highway In Alaska

There are some amazing events that happen every autumn in Alaska, and the caribou migration along the Dalton Highway is one of the most spectacular. You have the opportunity to see hundreds of thousands of caribou moving from their summer grounds to their winter ranges.

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Have you had a chance to witness the caribou migration in Alaska? What did you think? Were you on the Dalton Highway? Let us know in the comments below!

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Address: Dalton Hwy, Prudhoe Bay, AK, USA