GETTING TO COYOTE AIR
Coyote air office at the airport runway in Coldfoot, Alaska.
The Coyote Air office is located at the Coldfoot airport runway, just a across the Dalton highway from Coldfoot Camp truck stop/gas station/restaurant. There is a small blue “coyote air” sign along the Dalton Highway when entering Coldfoot, take your first left past that sign and drive to the end of the road. Long term parking is available.
Coldfoot, Alaska is is located at mile 175 of the James Dalton Highway, which is about 250 miles north of Fairbanks. It’s takes approximately five to six hours when traveling in a vehicle. The Dalton Highway Express offers access by road, and a few air services provide flights from Fairbanks to Coldfoot.
- The Dalton Highway Express: 907-474-3555 (Bus service)
- Horst Expediting: 907-378-7086 (Transportation of groups and expediting freight for trips).
WHERE TO STAY IN FAIRBANKS
- Spacious 6 bedroom, 4 bathroom, luxury and affordable. Amazing aurora viewing. House2700 sq. ft.
Min Stay: 2 – 5 nights
- Nottingham Upstairs (upstairs of a two story house)
- Nottingham Downstairs (downstairs of a two story house)
- Nottingham House (Full two story house)
WHERE TO STAY IN COLDFOOT
- Arctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast (907-678-4456) gets great reviews from guests. Located about 15 miles north of Coldfoot in the quaint old mining town of Wiseman, Alaska.
- Boreal Lodging (907-678-4566) is another option in Wiseman.
- Coldfoot Camp (907-474-3500) offers clean and basic accommodations along with a cafe/restaurant.
- Keep in mind that there are no groceries or alcoholic beverages for sale in Coldfoot or Wiseman. The restaurant at Coldfoot Camp is the only place to buy a meal.