Alaska State Map

Alaska State Map
About the State Alaska According to the census data of year 2006, Alaska's population totals 670,053. The state's capital is Juneau, which is prominently marked on the map, as are other important cities, Anchorange and Fairbanks. Alaska is politically sub-divided into 16 Boroughs for administrative purposes. The various areas of Alaska are well-connected with good roads, which are highlighted on the Alaska Map. The northern and southern parts of Alaska are interconnected by State Roads 3, 4, 7, 9 and 11. State Roads 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, and 10 connect the eastern and western sides of the state. The Kebuk, Kuskokwim, Noatak, Yukon, Sustina, Tanana and Colville Rivers are the state's major streams. Geographical Statistics: Alaska covers a total area of 591,006 square miles. The state's total land area is 570,835 square miles. The state's total inland water area is 20,171 square miles. Alaska has 8187 miles of total border. Alaska's total coastline is 6640 miles. The state's total tidal shoreline is 33,903 miles.

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Where is Alaska Located?
Where is Alaska Located?
Location of Alaska in USA Alaska, the largest state of US, is bordered by Canada from the east, Arctic Ocean from the north, and the Pacific Ocean from the west and south. The state has an area of 663,267 square miles. The coordinates of the state are Latitude 51°20'N to 71°50'N & Longitude 130°W to 172°E.
Black and White Alaska Borough Map with Seats
Black and White Alaska Borough Map with Seats
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Alaska Rivers Map
Alaska Rivers Map
Major Rivers in Alaska Alaska's major rivers, such as the Gulkana, Copper, and Yukon Rivers, are clearly indicated on the Alaska River Map, as are the Gulf of Alaska and the Beaufort Sea. In addition to their tourism possibilities, the rivers of Alaska play an important role in the state's irrigation system. The Gulkana River offers tourists a broad scope of activities, from fishing to picking wild blueberries. The Yukon River gives visitors an opportunity to explore Canada's spruce forests. The copper River provides excellent rafting possibilities. The Saganavirktok River offers fishing options, and leads to the Arctic Ocean. The Kuskokwim River is another prominent natural stream, spanning over 680 miles. For the convenience of tourists who wish to take a tour of Alaska's waterways, the Alaska River Map provides a clear illustration of those rivers' courses. The map also highlights various cities and boroughs located near these rivers.
Cities in Alaska
Cities in Alaska
Cities in Alaska Nicknamed 'The Last Frontier', Alaska is the largest by area and the least densely populated state in the United States. It is the northernmost and westernmost state in the US. The state is famous for the abundance of rugged natural beauty, diverse wildlife, northern lights, and adventure tourism. Anchorage is the most populous city in Alaska. The Alaska Botanical Garden, Alaska Zoo, Alaska Native Heritage Center, and Arctic Valley Ski Area are major tourist attractions in Anchorage. Located less than 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle, Fairbanks is the northernmost Metropolitan Area in the United States. The city of Palmer, where agricultural spirit lives on, hosts the annual Alaska State Fair in late summer. Juneau, the capital city of Alaska, is the second largest city in the US by area. The city of Ketchikan has the largest collection of standing totem poles in the world. Getting In and Around The Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, Fairbanks International Airport, and Juneau International Airport are primary gateways. The Denali Star, Aurora Winter Train, Coastal Classic, Glacier Discovery, and Hurricane Turn are major routes on Alaska Railroad. The Alaska Highway runs through Canada and connects the state with the contiguous United States. There are also four Interstate Highways in Alaska: A-1, A-2, A-3, and A-4.
Black and White Alaska Borough Map
Black and White Alaska Borough Map
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Blank Map of Alaska with Capital
Blank Map of Alaska with Capital
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Alaska Road Map
Alaska Road Map
The Alaska Road Map offers comprehensive information on the state and national highways running through Alaska. Alaska Road Network The well laid-out network of roads connects different parts of Alaska with each other, as well as linking the state to Canada and the rest of the United States. The northern end of Alaska is connected to the southern part of the state by State Roads 9, 11, 3, 7, and 4. State Roads 5, 2, 1, 8, 10, and 6 join the eastern and the western parts of the state. There is a total of 1522 miles of highway throughout the state. Alaska's important cities are connected by the state's various state and national highways. The National Highway System of Alaska includes interstate routes, defense routes, and other prominent routes that connect the state with the other parts of the United States. The ADOT & PF is the owner of most of the Alaska's national highways. The Alaska Highway System comprises only those roads that run through the state and join the recreational centers or tourist spots of Alaska. The Alaska Highway System is not part of the state's National Highway System. The Alaska State Map clearly indicates the routes of the national and state highways.
Alaska Golf Courses Map
Alaska Golf Courses Map
The Alaska Golf Courses Map highlights the geographical locations of various golf clubs around the state. Many boroughs, towns, and cities, such as Anchorage, Wrangell, Haines, Wasilla, Fairbanks, and Fort Wainwright, possess some of the popular and most-visited golf courses of Alaska. The Alaska state map is also a vital indicator of the state's golf courses. Some of the well-maintained golf clubs and courses in Alaska are: North Star Golf course in Fairbanks Chena Bend Golf course in Fort Wainwright Black Diamond Golf Course in Healy Fireweed Meadows Golf Course in Anchor Point Mount Fairweather Golf Course in Gustavus Cottonwood Country club in Nikiski Mendenhall Golf Course in Juneau Moose Run Golf Course in Fort Richardson Valley of the Eagles Golf Links and Driving Range in Haines Palmer golf Course in Palmer Bear Valley Golf course in Kodiak Birch Ridge Golf course in Soldotna Muskeg Meadows Golf course in Wrangell Settlers Bay Golf Course in Wasilla Anchorage Golf course in Anchorage Eagleglen Golf Course in Elmendorf Tanglewood Lakes Golf Club in Anchorage Black Diamond Golf course in Healy In addition to the courses listed above, the State of Alaska boasts several other golf courses that organize monthly and yearly tournaments.
Alaska State Map
Alaska State Map
About the State Alaska According to the census data of year 2006, Alaska's population totals 670,053. The state's capital is Juneau, which is prominently marked on the map, as are other important cities, Anchorange and Fairbanks. Alaska is politically sub-divided into 16 Boroughs for administrative purposes. The various areas of Alaska are well-connected with good roads, which are highlighted on the Alaska Map. The northern and southern parts of Alaska are interconnected by State Roads 3, 4, 7, 9 and 11. State Roads 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, and 10 connect the eastern and western sides of the state. The Kebuk, Kuskokwim, Noatak, Yukon, Sustina, Tanana and Colville Rivers are the state's major streams. Geographical Statistics: Alaska covers a total area of 591,006 square miles. The state's total land area is 570,835 square miles. The state's total inland water area is 20,171 square miles. Alaska has 8187 miles of total border. Alaska's total coastline is 6640 miles. The state's total tidal shoreline is 33,903 miles.