Alaska Educational Quiz Series

Last week’s quiz question was to put a list of 16 Alaskan cities/towns in order from the southernmost to the northernmost.  The list, in order  from the most southern to the most northern is Homer, Seward, Juneau, Girdwood, Anchorage/Valdez ( Valdez is more east), Wasilla, Cantwell/Tok (Tok is more East), Delta Junction, Nenana, North Pole, Ester, Fairbanks, Nome and Deadhorse.   Well, how did you do?  Some of the listings were tough, because the towns are not in a direct line from south to north.

OK, here is another Alaska geography question:  Which of the following cities/towns in Alaska can you access by road?   Kodiak, Tok, Deadhorse, Nome, Juneau, Ketchikan and Haines Junction.  Good luck!!  Stay tuned for the answer in next week’s post.

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  1. I will take a stab at this one. I believe that the only AK location of those listed that can be reached by road is Tok, unless you happen to find yourself already on a road that is in the neighborhood of some of the other spots. I’m guessing that this is also a bit of a trick question since Haines Junction, which can be reached by road, is actually in YT, Canada, not Alaska.

    • You were almost 100% right. Tok, Deadhorse and Haines Junction are accessible by road, although you were correct that you have to go through Canada to reach Haines Junction.

      • I’ll accept that as close enough! As much as we enjoyed the trip, including the time in Cantwell, I think all future visits will be by air. As much as getting around AK itself was not bad, the return trip through parts of Western Canada was pretty hard on the RV.

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