Polar tundra can be found in Antarctica and the North Pole. It can also be found in Northern portions of Canada, Alaska, Greenland, and the United States. Alpine tundra, however, is not found in as distinct areas as polar tundra. Alpine tundra is scattered in many regions all around the world. Here are a few places where alpine tundra can be discovered: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Baffin Island in North Eastern Canada, Northern Scandinavia and Northern regions of Russia and Siberia, Colorado Mountain and Pikes Peak in Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park in Colorado, Obstruction Point in Olympic National Park in Washington, Mount Washington in White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire, Humphrey's Peak which is part of the San Francisco Peaks in Arizona, Mount Katahdin at the terminus of the Appalachian Trail in Maine, Little Diomede Island of the United States, and Big Diomede Island of the Soviet Union.