Finger Mountain is a small hill at mile 98 on the Dalton. On the way north we decided to pass it by and save it for the return trip. There is a short trail with interpretive signs. It is a rare rocky area in this tundra region south of the Brooks Range, and we had it timed perfectly for seasonal tundra colors.

Looking up at Finger Rock

Off to the east, where there might be some good camping

From the parking area

Various-colored mats

And many closeups

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