(All info is Subject to Change)
Clothing - Temperatures range from 40- to 70-plus degrees, so bring appropriate clothing and sufficient changes for the length of your stay. Washers and dryers are available in camp.
Personal items – Remember baggage weight. Bring only what you think you will use. Small travel sizes are recommended.
Personal medical – See “What to Expect” info for medical information. The Cripple River Mining Camp has a medical staff and aid station open 24 hours. There is a hospital in Nome. Small travel sizes are recommended.
CPAP machine - There is no electricity to the hooches. Generators provide electricity to the main camp. The CPAP machine will need to have its own battery source at night. The camp has a limited supply of 12-volt batteries that you may use, but on a first-come, first-serve availability. Batteries can be recharged during the day. However, you will need equipment and/or adapters to connect your CPAP to the battery. These are not supplied by the camp. You will have to purchase or bring this equipment with you. Each company may have a different equipment set-up. Check with your doctor and/or the manufacturer. If you have a water reservoir/heater on you CPAP machine, it has been advised not to use this when running your machine off of the battery as it may damage the unit.
Optional items: Remember baggage weight issues.
Personal items (optional)
*Important: It is the responsibility of the participant to check with the originating airlines for firearms regulations. All firearms are to remain unloaded while in camp for safety and the safety of others. If you do leave camp, your firearm can be loaded approximately one-fourth mile from camp and then unload upon your return approximately one-fourth mile from camp.