Kenai is located on the Kenai Peninsula, 159 miles from Anchorage, 89 miles from Homer and 11 miles north of Soldotna.
(Southeast Alaska) 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; 2 to 2-1/2 hours by fast ferry from Haines and Skagway.
(Southeast Alaska) Hyder is located just across the international border from Stewart, BC, and is accessible via a spur road off the Cassiar Highway in British Columbia.
(Pr. of Wales Island) Hydaburg is located on Prince of Wales Island, 36 miles from Hollis, 45 miles from Craig.
Hope is located at the end of the Hope Highway on Turnagain Arm, 87 miles from Anchorage.
Homer is located on the Kenai Peninsula on the north shore of Kachemak Bay, 226 miles by highway or 40 minutes by jet aircraft from Anchorage.
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.
Located along the Parks Highway at Healy Road, 11 miles north of Denali National Park.
Halibut Cove is located on the east shore of Kachemak Bay, 7 miles southeast of Homer, and is accessible only by plane or boat.
(Southeast Alaska) Haines 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...