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.
(Southeast Alaska) 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.
(Southeast Alaska) Sitka is located on the west side of Baranof Island, 4-1/2 hours by fast ferry from Juneau, 2 hours flying time from Seattle, WA.
Seward is located on Resurrection Bay, east coast of Kenai Peninsula; 127 miles south of Anchorage by road, or 35 minutes by air.
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.
Deadhorse is located on Prudhoe Bay at the end of the Dalton Highway, 498 miles north of Fairbanks.
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.
Located in the Matanuska Valley, Palmer is 42 miles northeast of Anchorage via the Glenn Highway.
Located 9 miles south of the Alaska Highway via spur road; 59 miles from Tok.
North Pole is located on the Richardson Highway, approximately 12 miles southeast of Fairbanks.