This National Preserve In Alaska Is Home To A Native Alaskan Healing Spring

The Bering Land Bridge National Park and Preserve is home to some absolutely spectacular scenery. The area is primarily tundra, and in the stunning valley exists a beautiful hot spring that was used as a Native Alaskan healing spring to the local Alaskan Natives for thousands of years.

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Interested in learning more about this Native Alaskan healing spring? Check out the National Park Service’s webpage on Serpentine Hot Springs.

Nome, Alaska is an excellent jumping off point to see this natural hot springs. Make sure to check out This Remote Road In Alaska Will Take You Into The Unspoiled Wild while you’re in Nome!

Have you ever visited the Serpentine Hot Springs? What did you think, and what season did you see it in? Let us know in the comments below!