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Old December 7th, 2004, 09:49 PM
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Default Re: what is the fartest point north a person can drive in Al

The city of Circle, Alaska is the farthest non oil company persons can travel by road in Alaska. It is on the banks of the Yukon River about 125 air miles north of Fairbanks. There is a road and I would hazard a guess that the road takes about 180 miles to make the trip. We drove it in 1965 so we could say we were as far north as you could go by road in the USA.

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