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Grayling City, Alaska Geography Analysis

   (County: Yukon-koyukuk Census Area)

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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Grayling City, Alaska affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Grayling City, Alaska.

Area Features of Grayling City, Alaska


(1) Beaver Point   (2) Wasp Point  


(1) Leah Slough  


(1) Leah Crossing  


(1) Bullfrog Island   (2) Eagle Island   (3) Morgan Island   (4) Quail Island   (5) Weir Island  


(1) Ivan   (2) Old Woman   (3) Old Woman Cabin   (4) Twentytwo Mile Cabin  


(1) Williams Mine  

Populated Place

(1) Tanakot Historical   (2) Ulukuk Historical  


(1) Alukuk Hills   (2) Kaltag Mountains  


(1) Chiroskey River   (2) Eagle Creek   (3) Honeymoon Slough   (4) Junction Creek   (5) Leah Creek   (6) Metzdorf Slough   (7) North Fork Unalakleet River   (8) Old Woman River   (9) Poison Creek   (10) Steamboat Slough   (11) Stink Creek   (12) Stove Creek   (13) Tea Creek   (14) Tenmile Creek   (15) Tenmile River  


(1) Old Woman Mountain  


(1) Kaltag Portage  


(1) Eagle Slide  

(updated 2014)

Zip Codes in Grayling City, Alaska

99590 (pop. 194)

Cities Nearby Grayling City, Alaska

Anvik City, AK  (pop. 79) 18.2 Miles
Shageluk City, AK  (pop. 90) 24.4 Miles

Area Code(s) in Grayling City, Alaska


Latitude/Longitude of Grayling City, Alaska

Lat: 62.910472 N        Long: -160.067250 W

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