North Slope"Big Sky Country" - A Bird's Eye View of Alaska's North Slope North Slope, Alaska, United States North of the Brooks Range there lies a great expanse of tundra. In Alaska, we call it the 'North Slope', since the land basically slopes downward towards the Arctic Ocean from there on out. A large section of this land is administered by the Bureau of Land Management and is known as the 'National Petroleum Reserve - Alaska' or NPR-A for short. At 22.8 million acres, the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska is one of the largest parcels of public land in the nation. Yet it is also one of the least well-known and least visited because it is so remote. Besides several villages and drilling exploration sites, there are no roads or facilities in much of this region. This video is a short exposition of the geography and natural features present in the area, and a testament to the pristine beauty of the far north.
Dev Dharm Khalsa