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human settlement in Southeast Fairbanks Census Area, Alaska, United States of America

Tok is a town in Interior Alaska.

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Tok
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See Tok's 7 day forecast    Data from NOAA (1981-2010)
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Tok is an important highway junction. Most visitors coming in from The Yukon will cross the border at Port Alcan and follow the Alaska Highway to Tok. From there they can head north to Fairbanks or the Denali Highway or south to Valdez and routes to the MatSu valley and Anchorage.

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The "downtown" portion of Tok is spread along the highway. There are local taxis but no other public transit.

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Frankly, Tok is not in one of the more scenic areas of the state. The region is mostly flat with young forests that are still recovering from many wildfires in the region.

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Routes through Tok
AnchorageGlennallen  W   E  END
FairbanksDelta Junction  N   S    → becomes  Haines JunctionWhitehorse



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