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100 Mile House

Population: 1,200 100 Mile House is located on BC Highway 97, 70 miles north of Cache Creek, 56 miles south of Williams Lake and 204 miles south of Prince George.

Anchor Point

Population: 2,007Located on the Kenai Peninsula, Anchor Point is 23 miles north of Homer and 61 miles south of Soldotna on the Sterling Highway.Visitor Information: Anchor Point Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 610, Anchor Point, AK 99556; phone 907-235-2600 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //

Anchorage

Population: 300,549. Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage is on the southcentral gulf coast,located on the shores of Cook Inlet. Anchorage is also Mile 0 of the Glenn Highway and Mile 127 (the end) of the Seward Highway. 

Atlin

Population: 350 Atlin, the most northwesterly town in British Columbia, is located 106 miles southeast of Whitehorse, YT on the eastern shore of Atlin Lake.  

Beaver Creek

Population: 112 Beaver Creek is located at Historic Milepost 1202 on the Alaska Highway, 20 miles southeast of the Canada–U.S. border, 113 miles from Tok, and 184 miles from Haines Junction. 

Beaverlodge

Population: 2,419 Beaverlodge is located on Alberta Highway 43, 306 miles northwest of Edmonton and 58 miles southeast of Dawson Creek, BC, and the start of the Alaska Highway.

Bella Coola

Population: 2,200 Bella Coola is on the west coast of British Columbia, 279 miles west of Williams Lake via Chilcotin Highway 20.

Burns Lake

Population: 2,726 Burns Lake is located on Yellowhead Highway 16, 139 miles west of Prince George.

Burwash Landing

Population: 84 Burwash Landing is located at Historic Milepost 1093 Alaska Highway, on the shore of Kluane Lake, 76 miles northwest of Haines Junction and 106 miles southeast of Beaver Creek.

Cache Creek

Population: 1,050 Cache Creek is located at the junction of Trans-Canada Highway 1 and Highway 97.

Calgary

Population: 1,065,455 Calgary is located at the junction of Trans-Canada Highway 1 and Alberta Highway 2, 190 miles south of Edmonton.        

Cantwell

Population: 183Located 210 miles north of Anchorage at junction with the Denali Highway, 21 miles south of entrance to Denali National Park on the Parks Highway.

Carcross

Population: 399 Carcross is located 44 miles/71 km south-southeast of Whitehorse and 65 miles north of Skagway, AK, on the South Klondike Highway. 

Carmacks

Population: 444 Carmacks is located on the banks of the Yukon River on the Klondike Highway, 222 miles south of Dawson City and 110 miles from Whitehorse, and just 2 miles south of the Campbell Highway junction.

Chetwynd

Population: 3,119 Chetwynd is located on BC Highway 97, 185 miles northeast of Prince George and 60 miles southwest of Dawson Creek.

Chicken

Population: 23 in summer, 7 in winter.Chicken is located at Milepost 66 on the Taylor Highway, 80 miles from Tok, 94 miles from Eagle and 108 miles from Dawson City, YT.

Chitina

Population: 132Chitina is located at Milepost 33 on the Edgerton Highway, 120 miles northeast of Valdez, and 66 miles southeast of Glennallen. Visitor Information: Chitina Ranger Station for Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, is staffed by Chamber of Commerce volunteers in summer; phone 907-823-2205. Wrangell-St. Elias National Park visitor center at Milepost V 106.5 Richardson Highway; phone 907-822-7250.

Circle

Population: 113Circle is located at the end of the Steese Highway on the Yukon River, 50 miles south of the Arctic Circle, and 161 miles from Fairbanks. Originally named Circle City, because the early miners thought it was located on the Arctic Circle, the town began as a supply point to the new gold diggings on Birch Creek in 1893, and grew as a hub for various gold camps in the Interior. Circle City was the largest gold mining town on the Yukon River, before the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 created Dawson City, YT.

Coffman Cove, Prince of Wales Island

Located 55 miles north of Klawock, a 2-hour drive from Hollis/ferry terminal. Population: 198. See wildlife including black bears, Sitka blacktail deer, whales, herons, Steller’s sea lions and incredible bird watching while you enjoy hiking, kayaking, fishing or boating. Stay in a fully furnished lodge, a bed & breakfast, one of the local cabins, or enjoy our RV campground. Additional camping available at Oceanview RV Park & Lodgings 907-329-2032.

Cooper Landing

Population: 293Cooper Landing is located on the Kenai Peninsula along the Sterling Highway at the west end of Kenai Lake. It is 101 miles from Anchorage and 131 miles from Homer.

Copper Center

Population: 297Copper Center is located 105 miles north of Valdez on the Richardson Highway.Copper River was founded in 1896 as a government agriculture experiment station. It was also on the Trail of ’98 used by gold stampeders head for the Klondike and later gold strikes in the Interior.  A post office and telegraph station were established here in 1901.

Cordova

Population: 2,290Cordova is located on the southeast shore of Orca Inlet on the east side of Prince William Sound. Cordova is accessible only by plane (to Mudhole Smith Airport), by boat and by Alaska State Ferry.  

Craig, Prince of Wales Island

Population: 1,241Craig is located on the western shore of Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska, 3 miles from Klawock and 31 miles from Clark Bay ferry terminal via the Craig-Klawock-Hollis Highway. Prince of Wales Island is reached via the Inter-Island Ferry Authority's MV Prince of Wales or MV Stikine ferry between Ketchikan and Hollis/Clark Bay.

Dawson City

Population: 1,879 Dawson City is located on the Yukon River, approximately 330 miles north of Whitehorse via the Klondike Highway and 185 miles from Tok, AK, via the Taylor and Top of the World Highways (the Klondike Loop). 

Dawson Creek

Population: 11,800 Dawson City is Milepost 0 of the Alaska Highway; 367 miles northwest of Edmonton, AB, and 250 miles northeast of Prince George, BC.

Deadhorse/Prudhoe Bay

Population: 4 permanent; 3,000 to 6,000 depending on oil production. Deadhorse is located on Prudhoe Bay at the end of the Dalton Highway, 498 miles north of Fairbanks. Referred to both as Deadhorse and as Prudhoe Bay (the ZIP code listing was changed from Deadhorse 99734 to Prudhoe Bay 99734), this industrial settlement was established to support oil field development on Prudhoe Bay. Virtually all the businesses here are engaged in oil field or pipeline support activities.

Dease Lake

Population: 450 Dease Lake is located in northwestern British Columbia on the Cassiar Highway, at its junction with Telegraph Creek Road, 146 miles south of the Alaska Highway and 304 miles north of the Yellowhead Highway. Visitor Information: Available at Northern Bear Gifts & Souvenirs on west side of highway, phone 250-771-5880.

Delta Junction

Population: 984Delta Junction is located at Historical Mile 1422 of the Alaska Highway, at the junction of the Alaska and Richardson highways.Visitor Information: Delta Junction Visitor Center is located at the junction of the Alaska and Richardson highways.

Destruction Bay

Population: 55 Destruction Bay is located at Historic Milepost 1083 on the Alaska Highway, on the shore of Kluane Lake, 66 miles north of Haines Junction, YT.

Eagle

Population: 86Eagle is located at the end of the Taylor Highway on the south bank of the Yukon River, 171 miles from Tok, 94 miles from Chicken and 143 miles from Dawson City, YT.

Eagle River

Population: 22,000Eagle River is located on the Glenn Highway, 13 miles from downtown Anchorage.Visitor information: Chugiak–Eagle River Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 770353, Eagle River, AK 99577; phone (907) 694-4702.

Edmonton

Population: 877,926 Edmonton is located at the junction of Alberta Highway 2 and Yellowhead Highway 16, 180 miles north of Calgary and 363 miles southeast of Dawson Creek, BC.

Ester

Population: 2,041Located on a 0.6 mile spur road west of Milepost A 351.2 Parks Highway, 10 miles south of Fairbanks.

Fairbanks

Population: Fairbanks city, 32,070. Located in the heart of Alaska’s Interior, Fairbanks is at the junction of the Parks, Steese and Richardson highways.

Faro

Population: 420 Faro is located on the Campbell Highway in east-central Yukon, 220 miles from Whitehorse, 263 miles northwest of Watson Lake and 330 miles southeast of Dawson City. 

Fort Liard

Population: 536 Fort Liard is located on the Liard Trail, 131 miles north of Fort Nelson, BC, and 176 miles south of Fort Simpson, NT. 

Fort Macleod

Population: 3,072 Fort Macleod is located at the junction of Highways 3 and 2, 103 miles south of Calgary.

Fort McPherson

Population: 791 Fort McPherson is located on the Dempster Highway, 115 miles south of Inuvik on the Peel River. 

Fort Nelson

Population: 6,147 Fort Nelson is located at Historical Mile 300 of the Alaska Highway, 283 miles north of Dawson Creek, BC, and 330 miles southeast of Watson Lake, YT. 

Fort Simpson

Population: 1,238 Fort Simpson is located at the end of the Mackenzie Highway (NWT Highway 1), at the confluence of the Mackenzie and Liard rivers, 390 miles from Yellowknife, 588 miles from Grimshaw and 282 miles from the Alaska Highway via the Deh Cho Route. 

Fort Smith

Population: 2,400 Fort Smith is located on NWT Highway 5, 162 miles southeast of Hay River, on the Slave River.

Fort St. John

Population: 18,000 Fort St. John is located at Historic Milepost 47 of the Alaska Highway, 47 miles north of Dawson Creek and 236 miles south of Fort Nelson, BC.

Fox Creek

Population: 2,500 Fox Creek is located on Highway 43, 156 miles northwest of Edmonton and 207 miles from Dawson Creek, BC.

Girdwood

Population: 2,000Girdwood is located on the Alyeska Highway, 39 miles south of Anchorage.Visitor information: The Girdwood Chamber of Commerce.

Glennallen

Population: 514 Glennallen is located on the Glenn Highway, near its junction with the Richardson Highway, 189 miles northeast of Anchorage and 141 miles southwest of Tok.

Grande Cache

Population: 3,783 Grande Cache is located on Alberta Highway 40 (the Bighorn Highway), 114 miels south of Grande Prairie.

Grande Prairie

Population: 50,227 Grande Prairie is located at the junction of Highways 43 and 2, 277 miles northwest of Edmonton and 86 miles southeast of Dawson Creek, BC.

Grimshaw

Population: 2,515 Grimshaw is located at the junction of Alberta Highways 2 and 35 (Mile 0 of the Mackenzie Highway on the Deh Cho Route), 108 miles north of Grande Prairie.

Gustavus

Population: 502 Gustavus is located on the north shore of Icy Strait, 48 miles northwest of Juneau. Gustavus is accessible only by boat, Alaska Marine Highway ferry or by plane.

Haines

Population: 2,530Haines is located on Portage Cove, Chilkoot Inlet, on the upper arm of Lynn Canal, 80 air miles northwest of Juneau; 152 road miles southeast of Haines Junction, YT, via the Haines Highway. Haines is only 15 miles by water from Skagway (Alaska Marine Highway ferries and more frequent passenger-only fast ferry, available), but it is 359 miles by road.

Haines Junction

Population: 824 Haines Junction is located at Historic Milepost 1016 of the Alaska Highway, at the junction of the Alaska and Haines highways. 

Halibut Cove

Population: 23Halibut Cove is located on the east shore of Kachemak Bay, 7 miles southeast of Homer, and is accessible only by plane or boat.

Hay River

Population: 3,606 Hay River is located on NWT Highway 2 on the shore of Great Slave Lake, 76 miles north of the Alberta–Northwest Territories border along the Deh Cho Route.

Healy

Population: 1,027Located along the Parks Highway at Healy Road, 11 miles north of Denali National Park.  Visitor Information: Greater Healy/Denali Chamber of Commerce June 1–Labor Day. Phone 907-683-4636.

High Level

Population: 3,641 High Level is located at the junction of Highway 35 (Mackenzie Highway) and Highway 58 (Mackenzie County Loop) on the Deh Cho Route, 174 miles north of Grimshaw.

Hinton

Population: 9,769 Hinton is located on Yellowhead Highway 16, approximately 175 miles west of Edmonton, and 4 miles east of juntion with Bighorn Highway 40 to Grande Cache and Grande Prairie.

Homer

Population: 5,153 Homer is located on the Kenai Peninsula on the north shore of Kachemak Bay, 232 miles by highway or 40 minutes by jet aircraft from Anchorage. 

Hope

Population: 151 Hope is located at the end of  the Hope Highway on Turnagain Arm, 87 miles from Anchorage. 

Houston

Population: 3,163 Houston is located on Yellowhead Highway 16, approximately 190 miles west of Prince George.

Hudson’s Hope

Population: 1,012 Hudson’s Hope is located 40 miles north of Chetwynd, BC, on Highway 29.

Hyder

Population: 100Hyder is located just across the international border from Stewart, BC, and is accessible via a paved road that continues from the end of Stewart's main street/5th Avenue. Be prepared to go through Canada Customs upon returning from Hyder to Stewart.Visitor information: Stewart Visitor Infocentre on the the main street/5th Avenue in Stewart.

Inuvik

Population: 3,430 Inuvik is located on the east channel of the Mackenzie River, at the end of the Dempster Highway, 481 miles from Dawson City, YT, by road and some 60 air miles south of the Beaufort Sea. 

Iskut

Population: 283 Iskut is located on the Cassiar Highway in northwestern British Columbia, 52 miles south of Dease Lake.

Jade City

Population: 50 Jade City is located 71 miles/114 km north of Dease Lake on the Cassiar Highway and 75 miles south of the Alaska Highway junction.

Juneau

Population: 33,064 Juneau is located on Gastineau Channel in Southeast Alaska, and is accessible only by boat or plane. Juneau is 2 hours from Seattle by air; 1-1/2 hours from Anchorage by air; it is on the mainline ferry schedule for the Alaska Marine Highway System and has regularly scheduled trips to Haines and Skagway. 

Kenai

Population: 7,132 Kenai is located on the Kenai Peninsula, 159 miles from Anchorage, 89 miles from Homer and 11 miles north of Soldotna.

Kennicott/McCarthy

Population: 51 Located 314 miles from Anchorage, McCarthy is about 1 mile by road from the end of the McCarthy Road; Kennicott is about 5 miles by road from McCarthy. 

Keno City

Population: 20 Keno is located at the end of the Silver Trail/Yukon Highway 11, 69 miles from its junction with the Klondike Highway. Keno is 180 miles from Dawson City.  Visitor Information: Stop by the Keno Mining Museum.

Ketchikan

Population: 8,313 Ketchikan is located on the southwest coast of Revillagigedo Island, on Tongass Narrows, 235 miles south of Juneau and 90 miles north of Prince Rupert, BC.      

Klawock, Prince of Wales Island

Population: 799 Klawock is located on Prince of Wales Island, 23 miles from the ferry terminal at Clark Bay/Hollis and 6 miles from Craig. 

Kodiak

Population: 6,338 The city of Kodiak is located near the northeastern tip of Kodiak Island, at the north end of Chiniak Bay, in the Gulf of Alaska, southwest of Cook Inlet and the Kenai Peninsula. It is 55 minutes by air from Anchorage and 9-1/2 hours by ferry from Homer.

Lethbridge

Population: 86,659 Lethbridge is located 137 miles south of Calgary and 63 miles north of the U.S.–Canada international border at the junction of Alberta Highways 3, 4 and 5.

Manley Hot Springs

Population: 117 Manley Hot Springs is located at the end of the Elliott Highway, 150 miles northwest of Fairbanks.A pocket of “Pioneer Alaska.” J.F. Karshner homesteaded here in 1902, about the same time the U.S. Army Signal Corps established a telegraph station nearby.

Mayo

Population: 450 Mayo is located on the Silver Trail (Yukon Highway 11), 143 miles from Dawson City, on the bank of the Stewart River.  Visitor Information:  Binet House Interpretive Centre/Museum, phone (867) 996-2317; Village of Mayo.

McBride

Population: 740 McBride is located on Yellowhead Highway 16, approximately 132 miles east of Prince George. Visitor Information: Phone 250-569-3366; 1-866-569-3366. The village of McBride was established in 1913 as a divisional point on the railroad and was named for Richard McBride, then premier of British Columbia. Forest products, agriculture and tourism are the mainstays of the local economy. McBride has food, gas and loding; supermarkets (with deli), convenience stores, clothing stores, The Whistle Stop Gallery, several restaurants, a pharmacy, hospital and 3 gas stations (2 with dump stations). Full-service camping at Beaverview RV Park and Campground. There is an Internet cafe that serves homemade soup and sandwiches in the train station. Attractions: Valley Museum and Archives preserves information and artifacts from the Robson Valley.  Whistle Stop Gallery, a showcase for Robson Valley artists and artisans, is located in the Heritage Railway station. 

McCarthy/Kennicott

Population: 51 Located 314 miles from Anchorage, McCarthy is about 1 mile by road from the end of the McCarthy Road; Kennicott is about 5 miles by road from McCarthy. 

Moose Pass

Population: 189Moose Pass is located on the Kenai Peninsula, 98 miles south of Anchorage and 29 miles north of Seward. Visitor Information: Moose Pass Chamber of Commerce, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. //

Muncho Lake

Located approximately 158 miles/254 km north of Fort Nelson, BC, and 171 miles/275 km south of Watson Lake, YT. Population: 29

Nenana

Population: 553. Located at the confluence of the Tanana and Nenana rivers, 57 miles south of Fairbanks at Milepost 304.5 Parks Highway.

New Hazelton

Population: 6,500 New Hazelton is located at the junction of Yellowhead Highway 16 and BC Highway 62, 177 miles east of Prince Rupert. Visitor Information: Hazelton Area Visitor Centre, phone 250-842-6071.

Ninilchik

Population: 842 Ninilchik is located on the Kenai Peninsula, 45 miles north of Homer, 136 miles from Seward and 189 miles from Anchorage on the Sterling Highway. Visitor information: inquire at local businesses or at the Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce.

North Pole

Population: 2,200 North Pole is located on the Richardson Highway, approximately 12 miles southeast of Fairbanks..  

Northway

Population: 136 Located 9 miles south of the Alaska Highway via spur road; 59 miles from Tok.

Palmer

Population: 6,117 Located in the Matanuska Valley, Palmer is 42 miles northeast of Anchorage via the Glenn Highway.

Peace River

Population: 6,240 Peace River is located on the banks of the Peace River, 88 miles north of Valleyview via Alberta Highway 2.

Pelly Crossing

Population: 296 Pelly Crossing is located on the Klondike Highway at the Pelly River bridge. It is 175 miles north of Whitehorse and 155 miles south of Dawson City.

Petersburg

Population: 3,200 Petersburg is located on the northern tip of Mitkof Island at the northern end of Wrangell Narrows, midway between Juneau and Ketchikan. It is accessible by air or by Alaska state ferry.

Prince George

Population: 85,035 Prince George is located at the junction of BC Highway 97 and Yellowhead Highway 16, approximately 550 miles from Vancouver and 245 miles southwest of Dawson Creek. 

Prince Rupert

Population: 13,392 Prince Rupert is located on Kaien Island on the west coat of Bristish Columbia, 448 miles west of Prince George via Yellowhead Highway 16, 90 miles by water from Ketchikan, AK. 

Prudhoe Bay/Deadhorse

Population: 4 permanent; 3,000 to 6,000 depending on oil production. Deadhorse is located on Prudhoe Bay at the end of the Dalton Highway, 498 miles north of Fairbanks. Referred to both as Deadhorse and as Prudhoe Bay (the ZIP code listing was changed from Deadhorse 99734 to Prudhoe Bay 99734), this industrial settlement was established to support oil field development on Prudhoe Bay. Virtually all the businesses here are engaged in oil field or pipeline support activities.

Quesnel

Population: 10,561 Quesnel is located on BC Highway 97, approximately 70 miles south of Prince George and 74 miles north of Williams Lake, at the confluence of the Fraser and Quesnel rivers. 

Red Deer

Population: 87,816 Red Deer is located on Alberta Highway 2, approximately 100 miles south of Edmonton.

Ross River

Population: 313 Ross River is located on the Pelly River, 233 miles northwest of Watson Lake via a 7 mile side road from the Campbell Highway. The North Canol Road begins across the Pelly River from Ross River.

Seldovia

Population: 284 Seldovia is located on Seldovia Bay, on the southwestern arm of Kachemak Bay, on the Kenai Peninsula, 16 miles from  Homer. It is accessible only by air or by boat.

Seward

Population: 2,609 Seward is located on Resurrection Bay, east coast of Kenai Peninsula; 127 miles south of Anchorage by road, or 35 minutes by air.

Sitka

Population: 9,084 Sitka is located on the west side of Baranof Island, it is serviced by the Alaska Marine Highway and 2 hours flying time from Seattle, WA.

Skagway

Population: 927 Skagway is located on the north end of Taiya Inlet on Lynn Canal, 2-1/2 hours by fast ferry or 90 air miles northwest of Juneau; 108 road miles south of Whitehorse, YT, via the South Klondike Highway. Skagway is 15 miles by water and 359 miles by road from Haines.

Smithers

Population: 5,504 Smithers is located in the Bulkley River Valley, 229 miles west of Prince George and 218 miles east of Prince Rupert on Yellowhead Highway 16. 

Soldotna

Population: 4,299 Soldotna is located on the western Kenai Peninsula, 84 miles north of Homer, 148 miles from Anchorage and 95 miles from Seward via the Sterling Highway.

Sterling

Population: 5,690 Sterling is located on the Sterling Highway, 81 miles from Seward, 134 miles from Anchorage and 98 miles from Homer, at the confluence of the Moose and Kenai rivers.

Stewart

Population: 699 Stewart is located on the Alaska–British Columbia border, about 2 miles from Hyder, AK, and is accessible via a 38-mile spur road (Highway 37A) off the Cassiar Highway 37. 

Talkeetna

Population: 876. Located on at the end of 14-mile-long Talkeetna Spur Road, which junction with the Parks Highway at Milepost A 98.7 Parks Highway then deadends at Talkeetna's Main Street. Talkeetna is situated at the confluence of the Talkeetna, Susitna and Chulitna rivers.

Telkwa

Population: 1,400 Telkwa is located 9 miles east of Smithers and 30 miles west of Houston on Yellowhead Highway 16, at the confluence of the Telkwa and Bulkley rivers. 

Terrace

Population: 11,320 Terrace is located 92 miles east of Prince Rupert and 127 miles west of Smithers on Yellowhead Highway 16. 

Teslin

Population: 450 Teslin is located at Historic Milepost 804 on the Alaska Highway , 164 miles northwest of Watson Lake and 107 miles south of Whitehorse. 

Thorne Bay, Prince of Wales Island

Population: 508Thorne Bay is located on the east coast of Prince of Wales Island, 57 miles from the Clark Bay ferry terminal and 34 miles from Klawock. 

Tok

Population: 1,435 Tok is located Milepost 1314 Alaska Highway, at the junction with the Tok Cutoff (Glenn Highway), 328 driving miles from Anchorage, 254 miles from Valdez and 206 miles from Fairbanks.  

Tumbler Ridge

Population: 3,500 Tumbler Ridge is located 73 miles southwest of Dawson Creek and 55 miles southeast of Chetwynd via Highway 29 South. 

Valdez

Population: 3,976 Valdez (pronounced val-DEEZ) is located on Port Valdez, an estuary off Valdez Arm in Prince William Sound. Valdez is 115 air miles from Anchorage; 304 highway miles (about a 5-hour drive) from Anchorage; and 366 highway miles from Fairbanks.

Valleyview

Population: 1,884 Valley view is located 208 miles northwest of Edmonton and 155 miles southeast of Dawson Creek, BC, at the junction of Highways 43 and 49.

Vanderhoof

Population: 4,649 Vanderhoof is located 57 miles west of Prince George on Yellowhead Highway 16. 

Wasilla

Population: 8,700 Located between Wasilla and Lucille lakes in the Susitna Valley, about 42 miles north of Anchorage, on the Parks Highway.

Watson Lake

Population: 1,563 Watson Lake is located at Historic Milepost 635, at the junction of the Alaska and Campbell highways, 275 miles southeast of Whitehorse and 330 miles northwest of Fort Nelson, BC.

Whitecourt

Population: 9,202 Whitecourt is located 104 miles northwest of Edmonton on Highway 43, and 259 miles southeast of Dawson Creek, BC.

Whitehorse

Population: 26,418 Whitehorse is located at Historic Milepost 918 on the Alaska Highway, 100 miles southeast of Haines Junction, 282 miles northwest of Watson Lake, 109 miles from Skagway and 396 miles from Tok, AK. 

Whittier

Population: 220 Whittier is located at the head of Passage Canal on Prince William Sound, 59 miles south of Anchorage via the Seward Highway and Whittier Access Road.  

Williams Lake

Population: 12,000 Williams Lake is located on the shore of Williams Lake, at the junction of Highways 97 and 20, 126 miles north of Cache Creek and 147 miles south of Prince George. 

Wrangell

Population: 2,448Wrangell is located at northwest tip of Wrangell Island on Zimovia Strait, 3 hours by ferry or 32 air miles southeast of Petersburg, and 6 hours by ferry or 85 air miles north of Ketchikan.Visitor information:Wrangell Visitor Information, phone 1-800-367-9745.

Yellowknife

Population: 19,234 Yellowknife is located on the north shore of Great Slave Lake at the end of NWT Highway 3, approximately 390 miles from Fort Simpson, 621 miles from Grimshaw and 597 miles from the Alaska Highway via the Deh Cho Route. 

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